Un uccello esotico è tornato allo zoo della California dopo essere stato rubato

Un uccello esotico è tornato allo zoo della California dopo essere stato rubato

One of the exotic birds that was stolen from a California zoo on Sunday morning has been returned, while the other remains missing.

A Nicobar pigeon, conosciuto come “Old Man Nicobarby zookeepers, was returned to the Fresno Chaffee Zoo’s Australian Asian Aviary exhibit after a member of the community saw the news coverage surrounding the bird-brained theft.

Thanks to the support of the community and the media coverage, the Nicobar pigeon, affectionately known as ‘Old Man Nicobarby zookeepers, has been returned to the Zoo,” Fresno Chaffee Zoo wrote in a Facebook post. “A member of the community recognized the bird after seeing a story on the news, immediately contacted our team and brought the bird to us. Our team is continuing to search for Charlie, the lesser sulphur-crested cockatoo.

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Old Man Nicobarand the other bird, a lesser sulphur-crested cockatoo known as Charlie, were stolen 4:30 a.m. local time on Sunday.

Both birds, which are long-term residents of the zoo and are ofadvanced age,” are in need ofspecial care and treatment,” general curator Lyn Meyers said in a statement posted to Facebook.

While it is legal to own both birds, both have dwindling populations. Nicobar pigeons are considerednear-threatened,” secondo il International Union for Conservation of Nature Red List of Threatened Species, while lesser-sulphur crested or yellow crested cockatoos are consideredcritically endangered.

The zoo’s CEO, Scott Barton, had said they were working with local veterinary hospitals and pet stores, in addition the police, for help in retrieving the birds.

“We are appealing to anyone in the community to provide any information that would result in the safe return of these two beloved animals,” Barton said before the return of one of them.

Any person with information about the missing bird can call Fresno Chaffee Zoo’s Safety and Security Manager at 559-470-6872.

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