Missing Emu from AJ’s Acre Farm last seen on Russell Road near Mukilteo Speedway

By Mario Lotmore | Lynnwood Times Staff

UPDATE – 3/6/2021: Sarah, the missing emu, has been found and has been safety returned to her home. Sarah located in the back yards on 122nd Street in Everett. She is a bit tired and embraced her owner when they met.

Everett, Wash., March 4, 2021AJ’s Acre, located near Beverly Park Rd. and Mukilteo Speedway behind Papa Murphy’s pizza, is seeking the public’s help in locating a missing female Emu named Sarah.

On the evening of March 3, three Emus escaped from the farm through a fence. Ducky and Petrie have been found and are safe at home. Sarah was last seen on ring cameras in the Russell Road area.

Sarah is almost 2 years old and has lived at the farm with her owners Jamie Howe and John Pendergrafts her entire life.

AJ’s Acre is known for having a kangaroo, a Patagonian Cavy, four types of pheasant, doves, quail and a mini pig named Princess Peach.

Picture of Sarah at AJ Acres located in Everett. Source: Jamie Howe.

Sarah is tall and looks like a dinosaur. Do not try to catch her as she will be scared; however, If she is in your yard, close a gate to prevent her from running away. Sarah is attracted to bright and shiny objects.

If seen, contact John Pendergrafts at 425-218-4787. DO NOT APPROACH!

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