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Do recent sightings mean another snowy owl invasion in Twin Cities?


Snowy owls, true to their name, are white, snowy white. In the winter landscape, these striking birds look like ghosts, hunting for their prey on silent wings.

They make their home in the Canadian Arctic, but some winters they dip down into Minnesota, usually only as far south as Duluth. Still, these massive birds — 2 feet tall with wingspans twice that — cause a stir whenever they’re spotted outside of their range.


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