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An Owl Mother Who Always Wanted Children Is Happy To See 3 Babies In Her Nest

Nature provides us with beautiful images, and a mother owl experienced the happiest moment by finally realizing her desire of becoming a mother. This after multiple losses and years of not seeing her eggs hatch.

“Not only did her eggs fail to hatch this year, but she also lost her clutch last year,” noted British animal rehabilitator Robert E. Fuller.

Luna is the name of the bird, and she resides in the rehabilitation center. For a long time, she has lost her postures, and she has had to accept that her eggs did not hatch.

However, life and Robert himself have fulfilled her wonderful delusion this year, and after repeated losses, the owl gets a couple of chicks between her wings that she is determined to cherish as her own.

The death of their mother left a pair of baby owls at the rehabilitation facility defenseless.

Without knowing how they would respond, the guy decided to place the birds in the nest and wait for the owl to return. He mounted a camera inside to see what was going on, but the situation spiraled out of control in a good manner.

The owl rushed to the chicks as soon as she noticed them and claimed them as her own, clearly thrilled by the surprise.

Following this, Robert uploaded the video on YouTube, where fans fell in love with such an emotional moment.

The days pass at the shelter with the calm and emotion brought on by the adoption.

Luna now enjoys her adopted children’s development and affection, and everyone is certain that the family has a bright future ahead of them.

“This indicates that Luna, the tawny owl, is finally a mother after a lengthy wait.”

Luna, the mother, is particularly kind with her adopted brood. They’ve been with her for about a week and are doing great,” Fuller stated.

This wildlife enthusiast resides in Yorkshire, UK, and works with the sanctuary on a conservation initiative. Apart from that, he is the manager of ‘Live from Fotherdale.’

It is a live feed from which bird watchers may observe the everyday activities of the species protected in the sanctuary.