New nest

Wildlife Rehabilitation Society of Edmonton builds new home for owls after old one accidentally destroyed by city crews.

At the scene, Pletz and Kohl found the other owlet, a female about three days younger than her brother. Pletz built the birds a new nest and banded the owlets before placing them in their new home with a couple of dead birds for snacks.

As they were leaving, they could hear the parents hooting, which was a good sign the family was intact again, Feldstein said.

Pletz has checked on the birds and all appears to be fine, she said

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