It was Peoria police to the rescue this week as they helped save a baby owl.
Officers shared the story on the department's Facebook page.
On Wednesday morning, Peoria police responded to a call of an owl in a resident's backyard.
There, they discovered a baby Great Horned Owl.
The owl is only about two months old and it couldn't fly. Police think the baby might have fallen out of a nest overnight during the strong winds.
Police teamed up with the Fallen Feathers Rescue in Peoria to get the owl to safety. It is expected to make a full recovery.
.@PeoriaAzPS ANIMAL CONTROL TO THE RESCUE!! ACO's get 2 month old #Owl to safety! https://t.co/tpbUMz8VQx #peoriapoliceaz #animalrescue pic.twitter.com/mdXRKTVofK— Peoria Police (AZ) (@PeoriaAzPS) April 26, 2017
.@PeoriaAzPS ANIMAL CONTROL TO THE RESCUE!! ACO's get 2 month old #Owl to safety! https://t.co/tpbUMz8VQx #peoriapoliceaz #animalrescue pic.twitter.com/mdXRKTVofK
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