Osprey recovering after being rescued from Bokeelia
tree by Genesis Tree Service
BY ADAM WRIGHT APRIL 23, 2015
SANIBEL, Fla.- An osprey that was stuck, hanging upside down in a tree in Bokeelia is now recovering at the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW). The bird was rescued from a tree it had been stuck in for more than 24 hours by Genesis Tree Service.
Doctors tell WINK News they believe it’s a young female. They planned to treat her Thursday but said she was so traumatized, the bird had to be sedated for the night. ....The staff at CROW say she also has bruised wings and a heart murmur, which could have been caused by stress and dehydration....CROW tells WINK News they try to respond to every call they get, but in this case they didn’t have the necessary equipment to reach the bird at the top of that tree. They commend neighbors for calling "Genesis Tree Service" to rescue the bird.