Snowy Owls visiting Wisconsin thrill birders
Chuck Quirmbach, Wisconsin Public Radio
Snowy Owls have again flown to Wisconsin in sizable numbers. The birds usually stay far north of the Badger State, but the state Department of Natural Resources said this week that about 270 of the large, mostly-white owls have been seen here, making this the most recent of several winters that the count of Snowy Owls is up. Significant numbers of bird watchers and scientists are paying attention.
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