This owl arrived last week and was rescued by a homeowner in Lake Stevens. She was unable to fly and we have determined she is suffering from severe head trauma, likely from a car strike. We discovered she was a banded and turns out she is a repeat patient! We originally took her into care in April after she was discovered as a baby, emaciated and on the ground. She was released in late August in Snohomish . We try to have all our raptors banded prior to release. Status: Sadly, her eye injuries were so severe that even after treatment, she was blind in one eye and had extremely limited vision in the other. We had to compassionately euthanize her.