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My photos of the bird on that post, taken mid-morning, show whitewash  
and what appears to be one or two dead small mammals atop the post.  
This might be a favored roost. I parked in the glycol facility  
parking lot, then walked the median back toward the owl to avoid  
stopping on the road. The owl let me get to about 50 yards before it  
flushed.

Jim Williams
Wayzata




On Dec 18, 2008, at 2:19 PM, jeff fischer wrote:

Today between 1:30 and 1:50 I spotted the snowy owl on a light post  
just as you exit the first tunnel. The bird sat there for quite a  
while as I stopped in the middle of the road to take some quick  
picks, there was not really any place to pull over where I could get  
any pics. I made four passes and got some good close up shots. Now I  
am on my way to Prescott to try and get some pics of the harlequin.


Thanks,
Jeff Fischer
http://ecobirder.blogspot.com/



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