Glad to hear I'm not the only one giving every mostly white object a long hard look, which can be a little dangerous when driving.
On Wed, Dec 27, 2017 at 4:07 PM, David Ray <cardcards...> wrote:
> I call them snowy bags. > David Ray > > Sent from my iPhone > > On Dec 27, 2017, at 3:20 PM, Ragupathy Kannan <0000013b0ad14faf-dmarc- > <request...> wrote: > > The "Snowy Owl" that Sandy Berger and I saw in the middle of a Charleston > prairie recently turned out to be a *&^% white cat. It's amazing how many > "Snowy Owls" you see when you passionately look for them. > > Is this a lesson for IBWO searchers? Rhetorical question. > On Wednesday 27 December 2017, 2:55:41 PM GMT-6, Glenn < > <000001214b3fcb01-dmarc-request...> wrote: > > > This is the time of year where my wife and I are always scanning the > trees, looking for a Snowy Owl. Do I expect to find one? No. I might as > well look for a ptarmigan while I'm at it. But, maybe we will spot a > Kreider's Hawk while we are looking. > > This is the time of year when we come to realize how many white plastic > bags are stuck in the trees. We call them Snowy Owls. > > Glenn Wyatt > Cabot > >