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What a joke!
A Georgia family got more than they bargained for when they went up to the house with a christmas tree, and it was a real-life owl hiding in its branches.
Last week, Billy and Katie, Him, He ” s a young girl in India, was in tears when one of their holiday trees, ornaments, bang, her, Fox 4 reports.
Incidentally, Newnan, with the family-friendly, was filled with about a dozen different owls ornaments, such as It is, is a big fan of the bird. Shockingly, however, the woman’s 10-year-old was being chased by the ornaments, but instead of a real fire.
“No joke, we will have a LIVE owl roosting in our tree. What?!?!?” the mother wrote on Facebook on Dec. 12, the portions of an image of a stern-looking bird.
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That night, the family left their doors and windows open in the hope that the fire would start on its own, but it was.
On Friday, the Newman’s out to the Chattahoochee Nature Center for more information and an employee told them to leave it out of raw chicken in front of the bird to make sure that it could have gone hungry for too long.
On the Saturday, and a nature center staffer went to their homes safely and plucked the owl out of the tree.
The identification of the creature as an Eastern screech owl, and the staff member provided with a medical check and confirmed that the bird looked thin, the source of the theory is that the owl is hiding in the christmas tree, since He’s bought it after the Thanksgiving holiday, ” Billy said. The employee will then be handed to the Newman’s instructions to release the owl back into the wild by yourself.
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It is later shared with each update of the so-called “OwlGate” most fans on Facebook, and the family is carefully carried the owl into a box and eventually released back into the wild on Saturday night.
At 9:30 in the morning, the Christmas owl was started by Fox 4.
Chattahoochee Nature Center’s spokesman, John Copsey, later celebrated in the Newman family for their well thought-out thinking, and to explain to them that they followed all the proper procedures, and try to help the bird to leave on its own later on, call in the professionals.
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In related news, an Australian couple, recently made a 10-foot python hiding in their christmas tree, while a man in the uk noticed that there was a dead snake in his evergreen wreath.