PETROLEUM DIRECTORY: Ivory set free at Prudhoe Bay
After a six-month stay in Sitka, Alaska, and 1,500 miles of jet travel in a dog kennel, “Ivory,” a two-year old Snowy owl, was released at Prudhoe Bay in late June by the Alaska Raptor Center.
Approximately 75 well-wishers were present to cheer her release, including Colville Inc. President Mark He....
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