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As a thank you to my coworkers for their Snowy sightings, I've given each a framed picture 
of "their" owl.  When one coworker took her picture home to show her husband, he said 
that he forgot to tell her he saw a Snowy Owl on Sunday (Jan. 19) on Kandiyohi Co. Rd. 28 
about a mile west of Kandiyohi Co. 2.  This is north of Atwater and likely the same owl we 
had been seeing for a week and a half near the intersection Co. Rds. 10 and 2.  The 
locations are 2 miles apart, and the last time I observed the owl near 10 and 2 was on Jan. 
12 even though I've been out looking since that date.

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