By Anica Padilla

BROOMFIELD, Colo. (CBS4) — Broomfield police are thanking the resident who called them about an injured great horned owl. The owl was spotted near Stonehaven and McIntosh avenues on Monday.

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Animal Services Officer Amy Voltin was able to rescue the owl.

The owl was taken to Rocky Mountain Birds of Prey for an exam and treatment.

(credit: Broomfield Police)

Police shared a photo of its impressive talons.

(credit: Broomfield Police)

“Shout-out to the resident who called us, it’s always best to let the experts deal with wildlife,” police tweeted.

Anica Padilla

Comments
  1. Mary says:

    Glad the little guy will be ok. Kudos to the person who reported the injured bird.

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