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Captive northern spotted owl at the zoo : Stock Photo
Thought to be a male, the bird was found with a broken wing in 1992 in the Falls Creek area of the Willamette National Forest. It was later necessary to remove a large portion of his wing, so he is now unreleasable.

Captive northern spotted owl at the zoo

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Joel Sartore
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Thought to be a male, the bird was found with a broken wing in 1992 in the Falls Creek area of the Willamette National Forest. It was later necessary to remove a large portion of his wing, so he is now unreleasable.
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