Audubon Florida – A Nest Return

A gust of wind that hit a nest just right, placement in a precarious branch, or just plain bad luck: Audubon staff don’t know exactly what happened, but one morning concerned homeowners in Winter Garden woke up and found a Great Horned Owl chick on the ground, looking confused and vulnerable.

We have officially begun baby raptor season in Florida, which brings a wide range of these quandaries to the Audubon Center for Birds of Prey. What do you do when you find a raptor chick on the ground?

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