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A great horned owl that was found covered in oil and is recovering in California.
According to the Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network, and the young owl was found on Monday as the oil holes in the Dulah is a city on the west side of Ventura.
Even though the oil pits, to wild animals, getting caught, this owl was able to get it.
“We have to think that he was trying to catch a rat that was covered in oil put it,” the Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network, wrote on her Facebook page.
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A great horned owl was covered in oil in the usa.
(WITH SPECIAL THANKS TO THE SANTA BARBARA WILDLIFE CARE NETWORK.)
“It was a total accident, as these fields are wildlife-proof, but the force of him trying to attack his prey, must have been compromised and the lid on top of the pit and fell in it,” the group said, adding that he was “inexperienced” in the capture of prey.
In an updated post, as the wildlife group, said that the fire “alive, awake, and angry,” and headed to the International Bird Rescue for the oil to be washed.
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In the process of washing the oil out of the oil is relatively time-consuming, and the maintenance of the group, said.
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Great horned owl, which is also known as the tiger owl, and usually feed on rabbits, hares, rats, mice, or other rodents. The birds tend to hunt at night and just before dawn.