A wildlife rescue center on Friday said it had received a Canada Goose that was found in the same park in Huntington Beach, where two other birds that showed overdose symptoms, along with hundreds of animals were discovered discarded tablets.
This time, Animal Control in Carr Park found a goose with an arrow through the body, said Wetlands & Wildlife Care Center.
The Orange County non-profit organization said the bird survived and was stable. Further information could not be given as the case was further investigated.
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The center said it also needed to treat a ringworm with loss of muscle control and other symptoms associated with taking medication.
Ds who may have eaten some of the pills, but they were able to fly away, "said the group at the time.
Witnesses believed the pills contained heart medications, antidepressants, and anti-anxiety pills.
Wetlands & Wildlife Centers said the birds are doing well after emergency responders flush their system with infusion fluids.