COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers are helping a Great Horned Owl rehabilitate. An officer rescued the animal on Friday.

Officers say a man brought the owl into the Southeast Region Office in Colorado Springs, but officers aren’t exactly sure what’s wrong with him yet.

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“We do see that one eye is slightly more dialated than the other which could be a sign of head injury possible. We’ll get him to a rehab facility and see if we can’t get him up and going around in rehab so we can get him back out to the wild,” the officer said in a video posted on Twitter.

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The owl will be sent to the Nature and Wildlife Discovery Center in Pueblo to recover.