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Great job team. It’s really being human is better as we are on earth to help other creatures to live their life now a day affected due to us only.I love owls .!!! I lived out on the Carefree hi way and15th ave north. Great horned,Barn, burrowing owls. Pigmy owls all lived in the desert around our home. Loved the calls in the night back and forth. Fascinating.!!
- My gorgeous me. Thank the Lord for caring people. That family, species Don,t forget like humans. Thankyou for what you did for them but also what you did for us
- I guess even owls will follow their love, even down a chimney. Great engineering and patience to save them.!!!! Didn’t think the owls would cooperate, Bless your hearts.!!!!!
- He went to rescue her but they both got stuck. You can really tell the second owl was so ecstatic to fly. I felt teary when they finally got out. You can follow these owls and others on the filmmaker’s page: Laurel Strohmeyer. This rescue happened on February 10
- she posted a followup on February 11. Spring is owl season, and she has the most amazing videos. You can follow all the families’ stories. She also photographs wildlife at a watering hole during the night and takes photos of lightning during the summer rainy season. Her videos are wonderful.
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I legit cried at the end!!! I can spend hours watching animal rescues and not even notice!! Owls are so beautiful and shows there are still good people out there! Great job team. It’s really being human is better as we are on earth to help other creatures to live their life now a day affected due to us only.
That’s awesome they found them. Hopefully they capped that chimney so they don’t get trapped down there again. wonderful rescue by these patient people who made the majestic birds safe again, and it made me smile when I saw them taking off and fly away. And how nice to see them reunited in the nest. Beautiful video!