Photos: Wounded barn owl gets special treatment in Cortez

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Photos: Wounded barn owl gets special treatment in Cortez

This barn owl was found on County Road N late Sunday night with a broken wing and is being treated at the Durango Animal Hospital. Bureau of Land Management firefighter Tanner Desrosiers found it on the road, and Ashley Jeter, a local 4-H Club member, tucked it in for Monday night. Retired hospice worker Beth Rhodes took the owl to Durango.
This barn owl was found on County Road N late Sunday night with a broken wing and is being treated at the Durango Animal Hospital. Bureau of Land Management firefighter Tanner Desrosiers found it on the road, and Ashley Jeter, a local 4-H Club member, tucked it in for Monday night. Retired hospice worker Beth Rhodes took the owl to Durango.
This barn owl was found on County Road N late Sunday night with a broken wing and is being treated at the Durango Animal Hospital. Bureau of Land Management firefighter Tanner Desrosiers found it on the road, and Ashley Jeter, a local 4-H Club member, tucked it in for Monday night. Retired hospice worker Beth Rhodes took the owl to Durango.

Photos: Wounded barn owl gets special treatment in Cortez

This barn owl was found on County Road N late Sunday night with a broken wing and is being treated at the Durango Animal Hospital. Bureau of Land Management firefighter Tanner Desrosiers found it on the road, and Ashley Jeter, a local 4-H Club member, tucked it in for Monday night. Retired hospice worker Beth Rhodes took the owl to Durango.
This barn owl was found on County Road N late Sunday night with a broken wing and is being treated at the Durango Animal Hospital. Bureau of Land Management firefighter Tanner Desrosiers found it on the road, and Ashley Jeter, a local 4-H Club member, tucked it in for Monday night. Retired hospice worker Beth Rhodes took the owl to Durango.
This barn owl was found on County Road N late Sunday night with a broken wing and is being treated at the Durango Animal Hospital. Bureau of Land Management firefighter Tanner Desrosiers found it on the road, and Ashley Jeter, a local 4-H Club member, tucked it in for Monday night. Retired hospice worker Beth Rhodes took the owl to Durango.
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