FREMONT COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – An owl stuck in a fence turned some heads earlier this week in central Colorado.

Sheriff’s deputies responded to the report of the trapped owl and, upon arrival, realized they needed help from Colorado Parks and Wildlife.

(credit: Freemont County Sheriff / Facebook)

(credit: Freemont County Sheriff / Facebook)

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After receiving the call, CPAW’s Officer Holder flew to the scene and was able to save the owl.

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“It is great to have the partnership and working relationship we do with our local wildlife officers,” the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office posted on Facebook.

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After being removed, the owl was then driven to a local rehab center to be checked out.