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And a Boreal Owl in a friends yard all day in Cook. 

Dee Kuder

On Mar 13, 2013, at 11:47 AM, Steve Wilson <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Apparently the great gray owl in my yard was no fluke. The following was 
> posted to the Ely Field Naturalists site today:
> "Not sure if this is the case up in Ely, but the Great Grays seem to be 
> everywhere in Tower right now. We are seeing owls every single day for the 
> past week or so. Specifically, there are Great Grays right by the Marjo Motel, 
> and also right outside of Tower on Hwy. 135 (that new triangle area- the loop 
> detour). There is an owl that seems to like perching on road signs right there 
> on Hwy. 135, and on the Powerain building road sign. Also plenty of sightings 
> by the Y Store, Pike River Flowage, Fortune Bay parking lot, among other 
> places. They are really tame, and don't seem to be bothered by cars stopping 
> and gawking!
> 
> Jodi Summit"
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