BERRIEN COUNTY, Mich. – The Berrien County Sheriffs responded to a report of an owl vs automobile collision on Friday round 8:50 on M-140 in Watervliet Township.
The collision left the automobile concerned with none injury to the automobile. Nonetheless, the driving force was very involved with the welfare of the owl.
Deputy Jerad Phillips discovered the owl and contacted a DNR conservation officer to see if a wildlife animal rescue or rehabilitation heart would take care of the owl. After calling round, Phillips was capable of make preparations with a licensed wild animal rehabilitation heart specializing in hawks and owls close to Kalamazoo.
Philips took care of the owl till it was turned over to the specialist on Saturday morning.