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Stuck in rehab for a few weeks due to a wing injury, this duck made a great recovery from having the wing strapped up. She was happy to see some more ducks at release, but mostly excited to get into the water and clean herself since it had been a few weeks.

Stuck in rehab for a few weeks due to a wing injury, this duck made a great recovery from having the wing strapped up. She was happy to see some more ducks at release, but mostly excited to get into the water and clean herself since it had been a few weeks.

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photo by Sandeep Somasekharan ... looks like the owl and the squirrel ... Where is the pussy cat?

photo by Sandeep Somasekharan ... looks like the owl and the squirrel ... Where is the pussy cat?

I thought I had all the photos of cute owls, but saw this one!

I thought I had all the photos of cute owls, but saw this one!

The laughing owl or whekau was twice the height of a morepork.It nested in bluffs and rock outcrops.Its calls were loud shrieks, soft cooees, or high-pitched yelps and it was sometimes called the laughing jackass.Its prey included kiwi and ducks. In the early 1800s the laughing owl was quite common in parts of the South Island, but it declined rapidly from the 1880s.The last confirmed report was of one found dead in South Canterbury in 1914, although informal reports continued up to the…

The laughing owl or whekau was twice the height of a morepork.It nested in bluffs and rock outcrops.Its calls were loud shrieks, soft cooees, or high-pitched yelps and it was sometimes called the laughing jackass.Its prey included kiwi and ducks. In the early 1800s the laughing owl was quite common in parts of the South Island, but it declined rapidly from the 1880s.The last confirmed report was of one found dead in South Canterbury in 1914, although informal reports continued up to the…

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