The baby crow was clearly too young to be on his very own and also appeared to be having a hard time. The couple went through their options and chose that the best point to do was to take him in, nurse him back to health and after that release him right into the wild again.
” We kept him warm in a bin with some paper and grass with water and fed him every half hour,” Bryce Said.
They named him Oscar and looked after him till he was healthy once again. He healed pretty quickly and looked like he prepared to return to the wild. His mother and siblings were still close by, so the couple felt safe releasing him. Even though they were sad to see him go, they were comforted knowing he was going house to his family and thought they could even get to see him flying around sometimes.
A day and a half later, that wish came true.
The couple was out on the deck once again when Oscar suddenly came flying below the trees, yelling away, so excited to see his rescuers once again. He hopped around and cuddled with them, as if he was thanking them for saving his life.
Now, Oscar visits to see his rescue family nearly every day. He might live in the wild, but they’re his second home, and he likes being able to fly over and say hi whenever he wants.
” He stays on the deck and in the trees and visits all day long,” Bryce claimed. “He suches as to hop around and land on us and chooses walks when we go with our daughter. He’s extremely assertive and vocal. He wonders and likes to find in the house and hang around on the window sills.”
Oscar has actually also come to be buddies with the family cat and likes hanging out with her equally as much as his rescue moms and dads.
” He’s extremely friendly with our cat, as she is with him,” Bryce claimed. “He landed on her outside once, and she simply lays down and does not mind at all!”
Bryce and his fiancée rescued Oscar’s life, and it’s very clear that he’s never ever going to forget that.