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I got a call today about a "small" owl that died (last week) in a yard full
of bird feeders - two miles east of Warren and one mile north of State Hwy
1 on 310th Ave near the Snake River overpass.

I drove over and dug through last night's snow and found it... a Boreal
Owl.  (a photo is posted on the Agassiz Audubon facebook page).

I have not seen the Boreal Owl spotted two weeks ago at the Audubon Center
(Polk County).

A Snowy Owl was reported today - it may be the same bird reported several
times this winter - west on County 23 (from US 75 at Angus MN) to County 20
and north to 190th Street -  it has flown up from the ditches and perched
on power poles along this road and to the west on township roads.

-- 
Heidi Hughes
Agassiz Audubon Society
27391  190th Street NW
Warren MN  56762

218.745.5663

http://AgassizAudubon.blogspot.com <http://agassizaudubon.blogspot.com/>
http://www.facebook.com/AgassizAudubon

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