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Ken or Rebecca Vail <[log in to unmask]>
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Ken or Rebecca Vail <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 2 Jan 2013 07:36:43 -0700
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The western portion of 700th St. (Dodge Co.) was the locus of the Snowy irruption last winter when at least 5 individuals were seen over the course of 3 months.

Below is pasted an email I received regarding the 700th St. Snowy I reported yesterday. 

Ken Vail
Blooming Prairie

Thanks for the heads up on this - was down there (from the cities) by 1:30pm. Drove around for several hours looking and finally found one (my first!) sitting on top of the green road sign - 700th & 120th. It started flying further east, and we followed best we could, but before we could catch up to it, there was another snowy on top of telephone pole. Could clearly see one flying beyond this, so there must be at least two in the area. Got two photos of the one on the telephone pole before it flew off and sat way out in the field to the north of the road. It eventually flew off to the west and we lost it in all the snow.

Thanks again for the info (I don't have an account with the MOU, so if you want to update the info about a second, that would be great).

Joe Fierst 

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