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Rockefeller Center Christmas tree owl released into the wild

Rockefeller Center Christmas tree owl released into the wild

The owl rescued from the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree last week has finally been released into the wild after a week of rehabilitation. The owl, who was affectionately named ’Rocky,’ is a saw-whet owl – one of North America’s smallest. It was found by workers in New York City inside the 75-foot Norway spruce that traveled some 170 miles from Oneonta to be displayed as a Christmas tree.

Miranda 1 months

Poor little guy, this must’ve been so scary for him. I hope he was fed and is back in his natural habitat. It’s such a waste that we use a real tree. They’re massive so they’re home to so many animals who need it way more than we do

Jim 1 months

Is it really a rescue if he was in a tree that’s going to be mounted outside ? I mean I’m happy for the little guy but wouldn’t it just fly away once everything calmed down ? Feels like a Trump distraction tactic to keep us from seeing what he’s really doing

Slevin Kelevra
Slevin Kelevra 1 months

Yeah, focus on the owl......don't look at the tree.

Patty 1 months

I hope they released him in Oneonta

Nunya 1 months

Awww cute

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