Beware of angry birds, not the game
PADUCAH, Ky. (AP) - August 23, 2012 (WPVI) -- Dr. Mark Vance says an angry bird has it in for him.
And it's not on a computer screen.
The western Kentucky doctor reports he's been attacked by an owl four times in recent weeks.
Vance tells a local television station that when he starts his bike ride, he gets dived-bombed by the bird.
He's even captured the bird blitz on cellphone video.
Vance figures the owl is defending its territory.
Owls are among the birds protected by federal law.
Local wildlife officials say they've notified the feds about the angry bird.
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