An owl and baby swan are rescued

On July 8 Foxborough Animal Control Officer Kaycee Bailey teamed up with Norfolk Animal Control Officer Hilary Cohen to save an injured owl. Cohen said the owl was found on Gilbert Lane, in the back of a homeowner’s property that abuts a golf course. The owl could run and hop, but couldn’t fly because his wing was injured, so he was at risk of hurting himself more or, even worse, becoming another animal’s dinner. Bailey and Cohen worked together to capture the bird and Bailey took him to Tufts Wildlife Clinic for treatment. Bailey later reported that the owl was doing well at Tufts, and that he was bandaged and receiving pain medication for his injury.Norfolk Animal Control Facebook pageANOTHER BIRD RESCUEOn July 6 members of the Haverhill Fire Department and Animal Control Officer Brad Dicenzo rescued a baby swan that had become tangled up in fishing wire at the Winnekenni Basin, which is a small body of water at the
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