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Does anyone have an explanation for the high number of Boreal Owl sightings?
Bill


On Sat, Feb 2, 2013 at 12:23 PM, Michael Hendrickson Mike Hendrickson
Duluth, Minnesota MikeHendricksonGuiding.com Sax-ZimBog.com <
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> <br/>Tom Malone and I spotted 3 Boreal Owls this morning.<br/><br/>1. 61st
> Ave. E and London Rd on NE part of intersection.<br/><br/>2. .03 mile east
> of Alseth Rd on Scenic Hwy. 61<br/><br/>3. 1.1 miles East of Lakewood RD on
> old Superior St. <br/><br/>I head of 3 other Boreal Owls locations this
> morning all along the north shore of Lake Superior.
> <br/><br/>Mike<br/><br/>Sent from Yahoo! Mail for iPhone
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