Canberra tennis star Nick Kyrgios’ bird rescued by ACT Fire and Rescue in Watson | The Canberra times

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Canberra tennis star Nick Kyrgios’ pet macaw, Buddy, survived an ordeal that involved a very tall tree in Watson and a flock of aggressive wild birds. ACT Fire and Rescue crews jumped in to help Buddy – and owner Nick, who posted on Instagram this weekend about the incident. Territory rescue workers said crews responded to an animal rescue incident involving a nearby resident’s pet bird on Phillip Avenue, Watson, on Saturday afternoon, and called the rescue “vital” by the team. “After escaping from its cage, the macaw was cut into a tree about 10 meters high and attacked by a flock of wild birds,” said a spokesman. “ACT Fire and Rescue crews were able to safely save the macaw with the help of their Bronto fire extinguisher and reunite it with its owner: The animal rescue is carried out after the recent rescue of people for the fire brigade and rescue workers, including a mountain biker who died after his crash on Mount Majura The family home in Watson during the pandemic lockdown. The family’s other pets, the dogs King and Quincy, are less likely to be stuck in a tree, but Kyrgios’ Mother Nill joked that Buddy will know they will all survive, so we have to put it in our will, “she told the Canberra Times earlier this year. Our journalists work hard to deliver local, breaking news to the community. Here’s how you can still access our trusted content:


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