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Since last Sunday (1/20) one or both of the owls have been seen every day except Thursday and Friday.  I located Snowy Owl #1 this morning around 7:40.  Initially on a utility pole along 700th St. 1/2 mile west of 110th Ave.  Then flew north about 1/2 mile landing by a white field marker post.  Still there around 8:15.  Dawn or dusk seem to be the best times to find these owls.

The map link below has been updated with all of my sightings.

https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid=217526816684272944468.0004d2576751133bec717&msa=0&ll=43.949822,-93.029995&spn=0.032874,0.054073

Ken Vail
Blooming Prairie

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