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Snowy owls flying across Wisconsin

December 2, 2011 Leave a comment

Snowy owls flying across Wisconsin | kare11.com.

It seems that sightings of snowy owls this season in Wisconsin are much higher than in previous years. The reason? A drop in the number of lemmings, the owl’s primary food source, in the Arctic Tundra. This happens every few years and is a natural occurrence. Kind of wish I was in Wisconsin right now.

 

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