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Last night (Thursday) one of the attendees of the MRVAC meeting had pictures
of a Great Gray Owl that were taken a week earlier in Burnsville about a
half mile north of Crystal Lake near Carriage Lane.  I have no more recent
info.  This bird and others reported in northern Minnesota perhaps portend
an owl invasion of significant proportions.

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Steve Weston
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