HANOVER, MASS. (WHDH) - Police rescued an Eastern Red Screech Owl from the side of the road in Hanover, officials said.
Officers patrolling Circuit Street were flagged down by a couple who spotted the bird sitting on the side of the road, according to a post from the Hanover Police Department’s Twitter page.
Officers brought the owl to the police station, called Duxbury Animal Control, and had it transported to a sanctuary, officials said.
@hanoverpolice officers were flagged down by a couple on Circuit St. They showed us sitting on the side of the road this little guy, Eastern Red Screech Owl. We provided him with a safe space, brought him to the station, and called Duxbury ACO. He was transported to a sanctuary. pic.twitter.com/dXC6kXtKMi
— Hanover Police (@HanoverPolice) November 28, 2020
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