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There are Snowy Owls in Dakota County.   I located one today, west of Northfield Blvd on 180th St. E.    More have been spotted off 170th and 200th in the space east if a Highway 52.   This is not far from Hastings and Vermillion.

Sandy

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> I just noted Allison's post and I too am interested in snowy owls in the metro area. Allison requested responses direct to her email but I'd think this request would be of broad enough interest that response to the group would make sense but I'll let the responder decide; if you prefer the personal route my email is [log in to unmask] thanks. 
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