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Just when I thought the Dodge Co. Snowy Owl season was ending another is sighted.  A dark owl was seen this morning at 7:45 on 700th St. sitting on the barricade on the lane leading back to what I have been referring to as the old school site (I asked a local who told me that the site was actually a migrant camp that had swing sets for the kids).  This owl was darker than any of the three owls present in the area earlier this winter.

On my way home tonight around 5:45 the dark owl flew off the road (700th St.) and disappeared into the fog.  Then on 120th Ave. north of 700th the white Snowy Owl reported yesterday flew off of that road and also disappeared into the fog.

Ken Vail
Blooming Prairie



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