Jodi Swenson of Gloucester, a state and federally permitted wildlife rehabilitator, releases this barred owl into the Manchester Woods at dusk on Wednesday. Her daughter rescued it from School Street in Manchester on Tuesday and Swenson was caring for it. On Wednesday, she had it checked out by a local veterinarian who gave it a clean bill of health before she released it.
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