|Stuffed falcon returns to BGSU perch|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Monday, 18 November 2013 15:29|
A stuffed peregrine falcon has been returned to its display case.
The falcon had been reported missing last Wednesday, but university officials thought it could have been removed from its case in the Life Sciences building as long ago as Nov. 8.
The stuffed bird was returned to the hallway near the case on Saturday morning.
University spokesman David Kielmeyer said now that the bird has been returned no further action will be taken,
“We have our bird back, we’re happy,” he said.
Kielmeyer did note that the bird had been treated with preservatives that can be a health hazard.
The falcon dates back to the early days of the university and is believed to be from the collection of Dr. Edwin Moseley.
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