Spotted Eagle-Owlet Rescue at P.W. Botha

George Fire Brigade aid in the help of rescue

After placing the one owlet back into its nest earlier in the week, we got another call soon after that both Spotted Eagle owlets left the nest.

 
Both are in our care as the school was scared that the owlets lives would be in danger.
Some tlc and a SAFRING fitted later, these two will be released along with the other two spotties and barn owl.

Birds and Owls

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Sponsor a Bird

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Donations

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Rescues

Garden Route Birds of Prey has been an active rescue and rehabilitation centre for birds of prey. We focus and and are on call 24/7 to rescue birds of prey from both urban and rural areas in and around Garden Route. READ MORE

Birds Show

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Rehabilitation

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