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Hi everyone,
  After participating in the Red Wing CBC today, we left Lake City and decided to head west through our section on a road we weren't able to cover earlier and we were rewarded with what is probably a juvenile male Snowy Owl. It was located along the south side of Wabasha CR 15 about a quarter mile east of where it intersects with CR 82. The bird was perched atop a telephone pole and seemed to be in good health. Interesting too was the Great-horned Owl atop another pole about 5-7 miles west of here in Goodhue County.

Good birding!

Dave Bartkey
Faribault,MN
 		 	   		  
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