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The bird that is between Royalton and Bowlus is still on site and hanging out in 
the Cty road 26 and 160th ave intersection area West of hwy 10. Denny and Barb 
Martin relocated it yesterday and it is there today. I think this is 6 days now. The 
bird will sit on the telephone poles, irrigation pipes and the feed storage tanks at 
Royal Farms. Good and safe viewing on 160th ave North and South. Can also 
catch bird in Benton County sometimes as it flies South to the chicken barns. 
Don't go into the fields or in the Royal Farms complex. 

I located another bird North of this area. Go towards Little Falls on Hwy 10 and 
turn left on 103rd Street. Go down a half mile and bird is usually hanging out on 
either side of road. This bird is a mature adult whereas the Royalton bird is a 
juvenile. View the bird from the dirt road and please stay off the private property. 
This bird has also been around the area for awhile and may Winter out.

Checking on another sighting and will get back if it proves fruitful.  Seems like a 
banner year for Snowy's.

Frank Gosiak   Little Falls  in Morrison County.

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