Date: 12/27/17 11:40 am
From: Robert Gress <bobgress...>
Subject: Re: Snowy Owl / Butler County
From Mile Marker 78 on the turnpike the bird is 1/4 mile south on a brush snag located on a pond dam. From the El Dorado State Park area the bird cannot be seen due to a small hill. -Bob Gress

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> On Dec 27, 2017, at 10:09 AM, D & B Helmke <powercat.park...> wrote:
>
> Just saw my first Snowy Owl between Kansas Turnpike MP 78 and 79, on east side , sitting on a fence post, not far from El Dorado Reservoir.
>
> Doug Helmke
> Tecumseh, KS
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> Just saw my first Snowy Owl between Kansas Turnpike MP 78 and 79, on east side , sitting on a fence post, not far from El Dorado Reservoir.
>
> Doug Helmke
> Tecumseh, KS
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