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Two blog posts from earlier this year documented the return of a Great Horned Owl and two Barn Owls to their respective nest sites. Returning baby owls to their parents is always the best option, but unfortunately, sometimes the bird’s health or other circumstances make this impossible. Such is the case for five owls currently in care at PAWS.

The first owl is a young Great Horned who was admitted to the wildlife center on May 8. He was found on the ground along a popular walking trail in Woodinville, appearing to be in distress. At PAWS, we discovered that the bird was anemic and suffering from a blood parasite. He’s undergoing treatment for the parasite and is recovering well in our care.

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