"He appears to be frightened and confused, and he's been sort of hiding out in the bushes a little bit. At this point we are taking a wait-and-see approach and hoping that he finds his way back to the water by himself once things calm down a little bit," Julie Speegle, with the National Marine Fisheries Service, told KCAW. "There is still the possibility of using some approved hazing practices to encourage him in the right direction if the need arises."
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