>> Baby Owl Rescued, After Still Hanging Out In The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree! 🎄

 


Hello dear readers! Welcome back. This adorable little saw-whet baby owl, was found in the Norwegian spruce that was chopped down in upstate NYC to become this years Rockefeller Center Christmas tree. The baby owl reportedly traveled to the city center inside the tree for 2 days and a total of about 170 miles. After it was found by the tree workers, it was taken in by nonprofit rescue Ravensbeard Wildlife Center, where it received food and fluids to recover. Once at the new place, the cute little fellow (plot twist: turns out it is a girl!) received the name 'Rockefeller' and will be released back into the wild shortly, after being checked out by a vet.




In other news: After the unveiling of this years Christmas decoration highlight in the city center of NYC, people already joked about it on Twitter, saying this tree represents 2020 perfectly. Just because the tree looked 'a little exhausted'.. But the tree did not want to take that lying down, defending itself via the Rockefeller Center Twitter account saying: 'Wow, you all must look great right after a two-day drive, huh? Just wait until I get my lights on! See you on December 2nd.' Ok, we will have a look. 🎄










The Rockefeller Center Christmas tree 2020. Is it not stunning?

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