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Snowy Owl (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1110)
Canada (Ontario) Kingston - Wolfe Island. It's that time again. A small number of Snowies have been on the island in the last week (probably about a dozen) with hopefully more to come.
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Date: November 22, 2018
Details: Female, Adult
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Brian Morin


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Kingston - Wolfe Island. It's that time again. A small number of Snowies have been on the island in the last week (probably about a dozen) with hopefully more to come.
· Date: November 23, 2018 · Views: 73
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Chris

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November 26, 2018 05:10

The majestic birds from the north have arrived. Great lighting in the eyes.
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Brian Morin
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November 26, 2018 06:39

Yes they have. Late in the day with the bird looking into the low light.
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Sue
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November 28, 2018 15:16

Another beauty!
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Brian Morin
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November 28, 2018 15:32

I keep close tabs on the status of Snowy Owls in the region and in the last week there has been another wave of new arrivals in traditional areas we expect them. This is the sixth witer in a row that there has been a movement of these birds. They will need to rewrite the books on this species.
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