Olongapo SubicBay BatangGapo Newscenter

Friday, January 23, 2009


Several teenagers from Brgy. West Bajac Bajac informed the authorities of finding a “grass owl.” According to the website www.owlpages.com, “Grass Owls (Tyto capensis) are adapted to life on the ground and usually hide in tall grasses. They are nocturnal but sometimes fly during the day.”

It is estimated that the young bird is around four months old and very sickly when brought to the authorities. Rainier Tolentino, Christian Luluquisin, Jazz Del Rosario, Eric Cruz, Ian Dela Cruz at isang Cherry Boy surrendered the bird to the office of Acting City Agriculturist Jhobal Sebarrotin (left). Mayor James “Bong” Gordon, Jr. turns over the care of the owl to Zoobic Safari, an animal sanctuary in Subic Bay Freeport.

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