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Old 08-11-2017, 06:42 PM   #65
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This arrived in an email I received from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, my favorite bird resource on the web, and I thought I would share. I never knew that snowy owls were nomads.

COLLETTE is one of my favorite readers to follow, so I never even knew about your post on owls, Liam!

Liam? I don't know much about owls, but I do know that owls in Oregon are the types of owls that don't wander. They set up permanent homes in established territories.

In case you might be interested, I will leave a link about owls from the Oregon Dept of Fish & Wildlife. Barn owls and Snowy Owls are very beautiful. And formidable birds of prey, I think. I also think of them as being terribly shy, when they aren't shy at all. Plus (bonus), they're cuter than eagles.


http://www.dfw.state.or.us/species/birds/owls.asp
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