The Pennsylvania Game Commission said that the bird appeared to have gotten stuck in some insulation.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

ERIE COUNTY (KDKA) — A previously injured gull is now back in the wild after some assistance from the Pennsylvania Game Commission.

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The agency says on May 14, they received a call about a bird that was stuck in an Erie hotel parking lot.

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The gull’s legs and tail feathers could not move because it had gotten caught in some wet spray foam, according to the game commission.

A state Game Warden was able to free the gull from the foam and released it back into the wild.

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The Pennsylvania Game Commission included a video of the first time the gull took flight after its release.