Magpie gets his head stuck in a huge Woolworths board

Bird's eye view! Firefighters assemble rescue mission after a magpie gets stuck in a huge Woolworths board

  • A magpie got his head stuck in a huge Woolworths sign at a mall
  • The plate was triangular and the bird's head was stuck between the two edges
  • The crew received a telescopic ladder and was able to slide the bird out of the board
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A magpie was rescued by firefighters after he got his head stuck in a supermarket sign.

Recordings from Jenny Hillman showed a rescue team leaning a huge ladder on a Woolworths board in Stanthorpe, southeast Queensland.

The plate was in the shape of a triangle and the bird's head was between the two edges.

Recordings from Jenny Hillman showed a group of firefighters leaning a ladder on a Woolworths board in Stanthorpe, Queensland in the southeast.

The plate was in the shape of a triangle and the bird's head was between two corners
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The plate was in the shape of a triangle and the bird's head was between two corners

A magpie had to be rescued by firefighters after being stuck in a supermarket sign

The plate is six meters above the ground and the magpie remained on the plate for about two meters.

Mrs. Hillman told me Yahoo News Australia she had been in the mall when she heard strange noises.

She went outside and saw the commotion, but initially couldn't see what the fire department had brought there.

& # 39; I could hear a sound and someone I knew walked past and they said there is a bird up there and I can see the head, & # 39; she said.

Dennis Burton of Queensland Fire and Emergency Service said the magpie got stuck due to strong wind.

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The crew received a telescopic ladder and could safely slide the bird out of the board.

The magpie was taken to Granite Belt Wildlife Carers to be checked, one of the bird attendants claiming that he might have lost a main feather – but otherwise it would not work.

The magpie was taken to Granite Belt Wildlife Carers to be checked, one of the bird attendants claiming he might have lost a main feather, but otherwise

The magpie was taken to Granite Belt Wildlife Carers to be checked, one of the bird attendants claiming he might have lost a main feather, but otherwise

The magpie was taken to Granite Belt Wildlife Carers to be checked, one of the bird attendants claiming he might have lost a main feather, but otherwise

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