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Stumbling upon injured or hurt wildlife can lead to a sticky situation. Sometimes you don’t know whether you should help the animal yourself, call a wildlife expert to come in, or if the situation is even safe for you to intercept. There are many videos circulated on the internet that show citizens kindly aiding our animal counterparts, whether it’s helping them cross a busy highway or reuniting a baby creature with his or her family. While normally we always advise any untrained individual who comes across an animal in trouble to call a wildlife rescuer, what this guy did to help a black crow stuck in a wooden fence is awesome!

The unidentified passerby was walking down the street and spotted the crow stuck between two wooden planks.

Crow 1

With a little careful maneuvering, he was able to successfully get the bird out of this unfortunate position.

Crow 2

Once free, the crow took a much-needed nap, with the rescuer leaving out some food, should his new feathery friend wake up hungry.

Crow 3

After his rest, the crow seemed much more sprightly.

Crow 4

And before the sun even set, the little fella was back in the sky, where he belongs!

Crow 5

But it looks like the rescuer’s crow interactions are just beginning…

Crow 6
 

 

If it weren’t for this empathetic passerby, this crow could have been stuck in that fence for hours. We’re glad everything worked out for this adventurous bird!

NOTE: As an important note, do not try to help wildlife of any sort unless you are trained. Find a local wildlife rehabber/rescuer or veterinarian ASAP, or call a rescue hotline. Here are some that might help!

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41 comments on “Kind-Hearted Man Saves Crow Stuck in Fence, Chronicles Whole Rescue on Snapchat!”

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Wendy Sanderson
6 Months Ago

Lisa Langfield


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Caroline Cowan
6 Months Ago

No sticky beaking you lucky crow you ...


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Stela Maricic
6 Months Ago

Hope to the humanity restored !


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Stela Maricic
6 Months Ago

Hope to the humanity restored !


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Richard Rankin
6 Months Ago

Cheers mate.


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Richard Rankin
6 Months Ago

Cheers mate.


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Marlene Mickey
6 Months Ago

That crow will always remember that kind hearted man!!!!!


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Mal Denken
6 Months Ago

Something is SO wrong with this! Either it's an intentionally tortured and "saved"´crow, or a dead crow all the way, or just plain ugly fake. Something isn't right here...


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Judith Books
6 Months Ago

If you find an injured, orphaned, or sick wild animal, please consider contacting a licensed wildlife rehabilitator in your area. These professionals can provide advice or even assistance in helping wildlife that may be in distress. Please do not attempt to provide short or long-term care for such animals yourself unless directed to do so by these people. Licensed wildlife rehabilitators are specifically trained to provide proper care for wildilife and to rehabilitate an animal so that he or she can be returned to the wild whenever possible. Please visit the website OWRA.org to locate a rehabilitator in your area. Although based in Ohio, this website has a link for locating rehabilitators found throughout the country. Thank you.


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Judith Books
6 Months Ago

If you find an injured, orphaned, or sick wild animal, please consider contacting a licensed wildlife rehabilitator in your area. These professionals can provide advice or even assistance in helping wildlife that may be in distress. Please do not attempt to provide short or long-term care for such animals yourself unless directed to do so by these people. Licensed wildlife rehabilitators are specifically trained to provide proper care for wildilife and to rehabilitate an animal so that he or she can be returned to the wild whenever possible. Please visit the website OWRA.org to locate a rehabilitator in your area. Although based in Ohio, this website has a link for locating rehabilitators found throughout the country. Thank you.


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