Oregon Officer Saves Injured Owl, Transports To Wildlife Center

by | Sep 17, 2020 | News

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Amidst the tragic raging wildfires happening Oregon right now, it's the feel-good heroic stories like this that give us hope during these dark times. Officer Felecia Sloan, according to the tweet was doing evacuations when she came across the beautiful injured owl.

Officer Felecia Sloan was doing evacuations when she came across an injured owl on Sept. 16, 2020. She took it to a wildlife rescue facility in Corvallis. Photo courtesy U.S. Forest Service

Sloan transported the owl to the Chintimini Wildlife Center for injured wildlife in Corvallis, Oregon.

Thank you Felecia! This story made my day a bit brighter.

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Written By Tyler James

Tyler James, founder of That Oregon Life, is a true Oregon native whose love for his state runs deep. Since the inception of the blog in 2013, his unbridled passion for outdoor adventures and the natural beauty of Oregon has been the cornerstone of his work. As a father to two beautiful children, Tyler is always in pursuit of new experiences to enrich his family’s life. He curates content that not only reflects his adventures but also encourages others to set out and create precious memories in the majestic landscapes of Oregon. Tyler's vision and guidance are integral to his role as publisher and editor, shaping the blog into a source of inspiration for exploring the wonders of Oregon.

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