Carrion crow Magnus

Magnus was an immature carrion crow, who came to us as a fledgling in September 2015, after he has been found unable to fly off. Magnus showed severe nutritional deficiency signs with poor plumage development and needed to stay in captivity for at least one year, before being ready to be successfully soft released. Magnus showed also concerning signs of being imprinted and has been possibly prematurely released, which could have been his death sentence, if he wouldn’t have been found. In 2016, although being fit and ready for release, Magnus decided to stay, but accepted gladly this year’s offer to return into the wild.

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