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  • Hanford contractor releases rehabilitated owl

    In October 2016, Wildlife biologists from Hanford site contractor Mission Support Alliance released a rehabilitated barn owl back into the wild. The owl had been discovered by Hanford Site employees in late September and appeared in distress. The employees called MSA’s Biological Control staff, who were able to safely remove and transport the owl. The owl was sent to the Blue Mountain Wildlife Rehabilitation & Education Center in Pendleton, Ore.

In October 2016, Wildlife biologists from Hanford site contractor Mission Support Alliance released a rehabilitated barn owl back into the wild. The owl had been discovered by Hanford Site employees in late September and appeared in distress. The employees called MSA’s Biological Control staff, who were able to safely remove and transport the owl. The owl was sent to the Blue Mountain Wildlife Rehabilitation & Education Center in Pendleton, Ore. Courtesy Hanford
In October 2016, Wildlife biologists from Hanford site contractor Mission Support Alliance released a rehabilitated barn owl back into the wild. The owl had been discovered by Hanford Site employees in late September and appeared in distress. The employees called MSA’s Biological Control staff, who were able to safely remove and transport the owl. The owl was sent to the Blue Mountain Wildlife Rehabilitation & Education Center in Pendleton, Ore. Courtesy Hanford

Jimmy Hoffa the barn owl rescued from concrete fate at Hanford

October 17, 2016 6:04 PM