March 20, 2016 | Media
“This is a first,” said the Director of Wildlife at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Society of Edmonton, Kim Blomme, regarding some of the unconventional treatment the great horned owl “Olaf” is receiving.
The owl is currently undergoing laser therapy in an attempt to break down scar tissue that has built up on the patagial ligament of his injured wing. The scar tissue is preventing the owl from flying properly. Read Article.