Great horned owl rescued from ashes in Southern California fire


VENTURA, Calif. — A great horned owl named “Ram” is expected to make a full recovery after being rescued from a wildfire in Southern California.

It was found by firefighters in a pile of ashes from the Maria Fire on Sunday.

Wildlife officials say the bird was disoriented and suffered from smoke inhalation.

But after just a few days and with tons of care, the owl is doing much better.

“Ram” is named after the Los Angeles Rams and is expected to be released back into the wild eventually.

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