I can understand your skepticism. While it is not common for them to be
found in trees, it is certainly not unheard of. I sighted a Snowy Owl in
St. Cloud a number of years ago in a totally urban setting. This one also
landed in a tree.
My daughter watched the owl for several minutes and was quite sure of its
I.D. That's why this was the first posting I've made to this forum-unusual
habitat, unusual behavior. She was pretty excited!
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