Influx of Snowy Owls Thrills and Baffles Birders –


February 1, 2014  Influx of Snowy Owls Baffles Birders:  The snowy owl seemed almost complacent, showing the confidence of a top predator whose bright yellow eyes suggested she might be sizing you up as a weaker combatant — or perhaps a large snack.

She had been where no bird should safely be — Logan International Airport in Boston — and now, regal and imposing even in brief captivity, she represented the latest of her kind to arrive in a remarkable and growing winter’s wandering to the Lower 48.  Follow the link below for the complete story.

Influx of Snowy Owls Thrills and Baffles Birders –

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