Macaw rescue operation launched in Aberdeenshire
According to BBC, Grampian Fire and Rescue Service and the Scottish SPCA were called out in the Kemnay area.
“The bird involved is a macaw, called Peanut, and a fire service height vehicle was used in an effort to recover it from trees. However, the operation was hampered by the bird flying off. There are fears other birds could attack the escaped macaw.”
Animal rescue officer Karen Hogg said: "As Peanut is so brightly coloured, he is at risk of being attacked by other birds so we are keen to help return him home as soon as possible. His owners are currently searching the area for him and we've advised them to contact us if he is spotted again and they require our assistance."
Source: BBC News