Gary the Newmarket crow, who was injured and required a month-long recovery period at the Toronto Wildlife Centre, was successfully released back into the wild. In January, Gary became tangled in a string while perched in a tree on Bayview Parkway.
Gary the Newmarket crow has been released back into the wild after undergoing a month-long recovery period at the Toronto Wildlife Centre. Gary became trapped in a tree by a string, and was discovered by a concerned resident who called for help. The rescue effort involved several groups, including Weller Tree Services, municipal animal services, and the Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority. After being rescued, Gary was taken to the Toronto Wildlife Centre, where he received treatment and had some of his feathers transplanted. He made a full recovery and was released back into the area where he was found.
The successful rescue and rehabilitation of Gary was thanks to the efforts of a caring community. The Toronto Wildlife Centre, a charity organization, played a significant role in Gary's recovery and those interested in supporting their work can donate through their website. When Gary was finally released back into the wild, there was a lot of excitement and joy among onlookers. As an adult crow, it is expected that Gary will be able to thrive in his natural habitat and return to his normal crow life.
While the origin of Gary's name is unclear, his story is a testament to the power of human intervention and community support in helping wildlife in need. Thanks to the efforts of concerned individuals, Gary was able to recover and return to his natural habitat.