Calf Trapped In Mud Rescued

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November 6, 2012

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Calf Trapped In Mud Rescued

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Calf Trapped In Mud Rescued

“Recently, photographer Sam Beam and his buddy Josh Brinkin were out in a remote area outside of Albuquerque, New Mexico when they spotted some ravens and vultures near a known watering hole. They rode in for a closer look and were jolted by the sight of a bull calf, barely alive…”This little guy had his mouth, eyes and ears shut from struggling for days, but those birds never touched him,” Sam said. After pulling the calf from the mud, the two men knew they had to act quickly.”… { read more }

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