A great horned owl is alive and has been released back into the wild after being hit by a truck and getting stuck in the front grill for 10 hours. Thanks to volunteers at The Conservancy of Southwest Florida, the owl was treated and released back into the wild after a long 300 mile trip stuck in the trucks grill.
About The Conservancy of Southwest Florida
The Conservancy of Southwest Florida was founded in 1964 and is dedicated to protecting the water, land and wildlife in the region. This is accomplished through the synergies of environmental education, science, policy and wildlife rehabilitation, supported by gifts from generous individuals and organizations who care about our future and quality of life. As part of its educational mission, the 2l-acre Conservancy Nature Center has recently completed a $20 million renovation which offers abundant learning opportunities, special activities such as camps for children, and other unique programming and events and is designated as Site #69 on the “Great Florida Birding Trail”