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I'm sitting in my car looking at a Snowy Owl just off County Road 7 at
Sax-Zim near the greenhouses. It is a light one, but there may be two up
here because Heather Marie at the Sax-Zim Welcome Center said someone has
reported a darker one in the same area. Sparky Stensas may be able to
elaborate.

Rebecca Field

On Tuesday, January 21, 2014, Michael Hendrickson <
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> Hello,
>
> Minnesota has currently 194 reported Snowy Owl sightings in the state.
>
> Cannot wait to reach 200.
>
> Map link:
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> https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid=215779442560997336854.0004ee2b1fd714d205220&msa=0&ll=47.368594,-94.592285&spn=9.675065,22.631836
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> *Mike Hendrickson*
>
> *Mike Hendrickson Guiding <http://mikehendricksonguiding.com>*
> *Sax-Zim Bog <http://www.sax-zimbog.com>*
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