Birders should be aware that the resident at this location has had  
serious verbal confrontations in the past with those who have been  
birding near his house along Stickney Rd (which is a public county  
road). Therefore, birders looking for this N Hawk Owl should only do  
so with discretion and from a distance. My advice is to first look for  
the other hawk owls which have been in the Sax-Zim Bog before trying  
for this one.  Kim Eckert


On Dec 27, 2008, at 7:04 AM, David Bergum wrote:

> Several folks saw a Northern Hawk Owl this afternoon, 12/26, in Sax- 
> Zim.  It was last seen .22 miles south of the intersection of  
> Stickney and Sax Rd (CR28).  After arriving at Sax  on CR 7, drive  
> west 2.8 miles on Sax Rd (CR 28) to Stickney Rd, then south .22  
> miles.  It was in the very top of the large spruce tree behind the  
> Blue house with the very elaborate no trespassing sign on the garage.
>
> Mike, this marker's for you!
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