Wounded barn owl gets special treatment in Cortez

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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 on its way to 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 the 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 was taken to 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 the 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 was taken to 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 the night. etired hospice worker Beth Rhodes took the owl to Durango.

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 on its way to 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 the 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 was taken to 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 the 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 was taken to 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 the night. etired hospice worker Beth Rhodes took the owl to Durango.