Owl Rescued At Bomber Field Released Back Into The Wild Wednesday

117304750_3175606969189974_3084061995647650537_oAn off it goes! An owl rescued from a batting cage net at Bomber Field July 25 returns to the wild. Photo by James Robinson

Dr. Kathleen Ramsay of Cottonwood and Joey Robinson get ready to release the owl. Photo by Richard Robinson

117303136_3175606985856639_6018505243571556315_oLAPD Det. Joey Robinson releases an owl he and his brother Councilor James Robinson rescued at Bomber Field on North Mesa. Photo by James Robinson


An owl rescued July 25 by Los Alamos County Councilor James Robinson and his brother, Los Alamos Police Det. Joey Robinson after it got trapped in a batting cage net at Bomber Field last month, was released Wednesday evening in the same location.

The owl was taken to Cottonwood Rehab in Espanola where it was treated and cared for by Dr. Kathleen Ramsay. The bird had some minor wounds and appeared to have hurt one of its wings. After some getting some rest for a couple of weeks, the owl was ready to be released back into the wild.

“This was a wonderful release made possible because of the caring people of Los Alamos. By finding help quickly, we were able to limit the owl’s injuries. All he needed was some rest and relaxation. With that, he returned home.” Councilor Robinson said.