Endangered owl released in Berkeley

October 9, 2009 12:46:41 PM PDT
An endangered burrowing owl was released in Berkeley Friday.

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A partnership of organizations helped save the owl. It was found in Downtown Oakland and had a rocky year -- missing lengths of his feathers, possibly as a result of the mishandling by a human owner.

The owl will live in a protected, fenced, assigned space with other burrowing owls, who normally spend the winter in Cesar Chavez Park.

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