An owl has finally left a Georgia library days after forcing it to close. Agnes Scott College's McCain Library in Decatur says the owl flew down the chimney and into the building last Monday and decided to make itself at home. That forced the library to close as officials figured out how to safely remove the predator. A master falconer was finally brought in but had to use a lift to get to the bird, which was perched in rafters 50 feet up. He managed to get the owl in the net and release it into the wild. The wise creature was perfectly fine when it was seen flying away.
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