US Tiny owl found inside Rockefeller Christmas tree after 3 days with no food or water

13:15  19 november  2020
13:15  19 november  2020 Source:   abcnews.go.com

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This year’s Rockefeller Christmas tree brought a tiny holiday surprise to New York City . Ravensbeard officials estimated the owl hadn’t eaten for three days as the Rockefeller traveled The 2020 Rockefeller Center Christmas tree is a 75-foot tall Norway Spruce that was acquired in

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A tiny owl is recovering after it was found tucked away in the branches of Rockefeller Center's Christmas tree in New York City.

a group of people on a sidewalk in front of a building: The Rockefeller Center's Christmas tree arrives at Rockefeller Plaza in New York City and is craned into place on Nov. 14, 2020. © Cindy Ord/Getty Images The Rockefeller Center's Christmas tree arrives at Rockefeller Plaza in New York City and is craned into place on Nov. 14, 2020.

The Ravensbeard Wildlife Center in Saugerties, New York, said it received a telephone call on Monday morning from a woman who said her husband discovered the owl while working for the company that transports and secures the iconic tree in Rockefeller Center. The 75-foot Norway spruce was cut down last week in Oneonta, New York, and loaded onto a massive trailer before embarking on a 170-mile road trip to Manhattan, along with its feathered stowaway.

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They found a small owl inside of this year’s Rockefeller Christmas tree The tree ’s sorry state was also seen as a metaphor for 2020. But Rockefeller Center pushed back on the criticisms of its tree ’s appearance, tweeting on Wednesday: “Wow, you all must look great right after a two- day drive, huh?

Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Move Over Baby Jesus Baby Owl 's Melting Hearts!!! It seems the owl 's a bit of a Christmas miracle too, because Ravensbeard says it's a saw-whet owl -- the smallest species in the northeast -- and babies are typically born in the spring, not November.

The couple had thought the owl -- now named Rockefeller -- was a baby due to its petite size, but the wildlife center said it is an adult northern saw-whet owl, one of the smallest owl species in North America.

"All baby owls are born in the spring, so the idea that there was a baby owl in November didn’t make sense," the Ravensbeard Wildlife Center wrote in a Facebook post on Tuesday.

Rockefeller was taken to the Ravensbeard Wildlife Center, where a team of wildlife rehabilitators is giving the owl fluids and "all the mice he will eat." The wildlife center, which aims to rescue, rehabilitate and release local wildlife back into their natural habitats, said Rockefeller will be released back into the wild once given a clean bill of health by a veterinarian.

"It had been three days since he ate or drank anything," the Ravensbeard Wildlife Center wrote. "So far so good, his eyes are bright and seems relatively in good condition with all he’s been through."

It’s dark outside. Families are putting up Christmas lights early to offset the gloom. .
“It’s been a hard year,” said Julie Zimmer, who started hanging her Christmas lights in October. “We’ll all have to do things to keep our spirits up, together.” Read more: Tracking coronavirus cases in D.C., Maryland and Virginia Once their decorating is done by the end of the week, the Zimmers’ front lawn will feature four reindeer, three snowmen and a light-up dog — but no inflatable decorations. Inflatables is where Zimmer draws the line. The family favors twinkling lights.

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