January 18, 2021 3:54:42 pm
A mule deer was rescued by wildlife officers in Colorado, US, after a 10-pound plastic bird feeder got stuck on its neck. The Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Northeast Region shared images of wildlife officer Joe Nicholson freeing the animal out of the birdfeeder on Twitter, which is now making round on the internet.
In the picture, the officer can be seen taking the plastic off its head.
Take a look here:
Wildlife officer Joe Nicholson was able to remove this 10-pound plastic bird feeder on the neck of this mule deer near Pine on Saturday. pic.twitter.com/bmYDIE2g2k
— CPW NE Region (@CPW_NE) January 10, 2021
Many who came across the post lauded the officer for his rescue efforts. Take a look at some of the reactions here:
Thank you for helping that poor guy
— Evelyn davis (@Evelynd57754479) January 11, 2021
Joe you are a Godsend !
— Toni Metaxatos (@MetaxatosToni) January 18, 2021
Wow thank you 🙏
— Nicole Clevinger (@NicoleClevinger) January 18, 2021
— The Animal Blog (@TheAnimalBlog1) January 12, 2021
Good work 👏👏👏
— Broncos 24/7 Part 2 (@24_broncos) January 10, 2021
Thank you… Extraordinary Caring Efforts!👍
— Patti Salerno (@ARDEATUOSIST) January 18, 2021
Thank you for going out of your way to help this deer find Freedom from the feeder stuck around its neck. You are awesome ❤
— Emily (@awesomechel1) January 18, 2021
Good work y’all!
— Nurse Phillips (@nursephillips) January 11, 2021
Amazing job! Love how the buddy is hanging out making sure everything is ok ❤️
— Colleen Ruth (@titosnhockey) January 10, 2021
Great job! Thank you for looking out for Colorado wildlife!
— CSP/Port of Entry (@CSP_POEDirector) January 11, 2021
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