Lost crane goes home
An East African crowned crane named "Cranium" that was found on the streets of Encinitas over the weekend was returned to its owner, prominent horse trainer Hap Hansen Tuesday morning at the County Animal Shelter in Carlsbad.
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#1 Jan 13, 2012
As an Avian Consultant/Educator/Author, I was elated when I read of the positive outcome for Cranium and his owner. For bird lovers, being reunited with one's feathered friend and/or feathered family member is a dream come true. All too often, the outcomes are a tragedy that could easily have been prevented. Keep those wings clipped, Hap! www.parrotwhisperer.com
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