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Now it's on the tallest tower (atop a white post) just south of 83 near the
railroad tracks.

Look for the tall satellite tower - he's at the top. (Good for binos but
too high for caneras).

Rebecca Field

Rebecca Field

On Sunday, January 5, 2014, Erika Sitz wrote:

> Mark Junghans  and my husband are looking at a Snowy Owl on the corner of
> CR83 and CR116 in Ramsey.   This is about a half-mile north of US10.  It's
> a
> couple blocks north of where one was reported yesterday by Tony Lau.
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> Erika Sitz
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> Ramsey, north Anoka County
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