Endangered Owl Rescued by Cops in Batangas
Endangered owl in Batangas rescued by the members of the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) amidst Taal Volcano unrest.
Recently, Police Lieutenant Mark Angelo Bucad of the NCRPO Regional Mobile Force Battalion first spotted the injured baby owl in Tanauan City as residents evacuated. Police were conducting a mobile patrol monitoring together when he saw the poor owl.
Bucad shared that they saw the baby owl hanging for its dear life. They wasted no time and immediately rescued the owl and took it to the NCRPO’s Advance Command Post in Sto. Tomas Batangas to give it first aid.
The baby owl was given a plate of fish and water. These kind cops also make a small shelter for the baby owl to rest temporarily. The endangered owl was returned to the RMFB NCRPO safe at Camp Bagong Diwa, Taguig City.
The baby owl was named “Tala” and served as a representation of all the animals affected by the Taal Volcano eruption. Meanwhile, Tala’s adorable photos have also caught the attention of many netizens.
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