Animal Control Officer Rescues Osprey In Harford County

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HARFORD COUNTY, Md. (WJZ) —  A bully mode to commencement your day! Animal Control Officer Pamart rescued an osprey connected Tuesday Afternoon.

Officials said the Osprey was suffering from burns connected its wing, process and caput feathers. Officer Pamart took the vertebrate to Phoenix Wildlife for recovery!

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Thank you Officer Pamart for each you do!

Check retired the pics below:

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What are you doing to maine lady!

Animal Control Officer Pamart rescued this osprey earlier today. Suffering from burned wing, tail, and caput feathers, she took it to Phoenix Wildlife for recovery. pic.twitter.com/TaiF1Qoozw

— Harford Sheriff (@Harford_Sheriff) July 20, 2021

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