The Oakland Zoo in California has recovered all but one of the six birds that flew through the aviary last week when a tree fell and damaged the aviary.
A spotted crow named Deauville was captured Saturday after an Oakland resident, a few miles from the zoo, reported the unique black-and-white bird was in her yard, according to the zoo. social media posts.
The keeper lured the bird into the house and immediately closed the door behind it.
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One escaped crow and another crow named Diego remained, the zoo said.
Two crows, three great starlings, and a hooded vulture named Oliver were rescued from the San Francisco Bay Area Zoo on March 21 when a fallen tree tore through the mesh that covered an aviary in the African savannah. I ran away.
The starling did not stray far from the aviary and was quickly retrieved. The hooded vulture spent three days in a tree on the zoo’s grounds before being lured to a flamingo habitat with treats, where he recuperated.