The local Indian tribe, the Lower Elwaha. Has some guys that do stream repair in the M&R land, they found and captured this wounded bird. They took it to a refuge in Sequim, WA. It had to be returned to the exact same spot that it was found, but the bummer was that it had no real dammage, just tired and dehydrated and hungry. They said that they thought that it was in a teritorial dispute, so it will probably be put it back where they found it wounded.
They were bringing their 325B by the shop as we were leaving and they had to transfer it bewteen trucks so I saw it and asked about it, thought it was dead, but it was just bound in a coat and wire. Just so no one thinks that they were driving around town with it tied to their hood, bragging.
A very cool thing to be able to pet on the head, let alone take a close look into their eyes.....Mark 4 and Nightforce couldn't compare.