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Upsetting to hear this again.  Does anyone have any idea why they are being driven this far south and in such poor condition?

Brian

> Date: Fri, 2 Dec 2011 22:46:32 -0600
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> Subject: [mou-net] Snowy Owl
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> Located another Snowy Owl South of Holdingford in the North part of Stearns 
> County. The bird was severely weakened and died this afternoon. My guess it was 
> emaciated and I will try to get it from the farmer and turn it over to the D.N.R or 
> Holdingford School. It saddens me to see the birds in this state.  I did an article 
> for the Morrison County Record sending out a call to the public to report all 
> Snowy Owls so maybe a few can be helped. I listed a few bird rehabilitation 
> experts names for contact.  Its nice to see the birds but not like this. I think it 
> will take a while for them to rebound from this event. Probably have far less 
> reports for future years.  Frank Gosiak    Little Falls, Morrison County
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