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a Snowy Owl sighting - Bowling Green

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Matt Anderson View Drop Down
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote sparky619 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22 Mar 2018 at 11:02am
Success! Between 7 and 8 pm I went looking for owls on NE side of BG. One snowy near the hay bales on Gallier east of Dunbridge. I had another Snowy in the commercial park (Woodbridge?) between Poe and Wooster, east side of Dunbridge. One SE Owl seen in the solar field on Carter near Gallier and then following Paul Chad's post I traveled Nelson between Dunbridge and Silverwood and saw two more SE Owls near Webster. I ran out of light but there is more habitat in the area of Silverwood and Dunipace. Mike S




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On a quick drive this morning I relocated one Snowy Owl along Newton Rd./CR 247.  It was perched on the ground next to a white pipe that is close to the north side of the road so I didn't see it until it flushed and flew a short distance into the field on the south side of Newton.

Besides all the locations mentioned previously, a Snowy was seen yesterday morning at the airport on Poe Rd so that is another place to check.

Becky


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