Date: 1/6/18 11:43 am
From: Steve Seibel <sseibel999...>
Subject: Snowy Owl at Cheney State Park
On the afternoon of Jan 5 the Snowy Owl was near the boat ramp where
it was reported earlier. It spent some time on the ice north of the
ramp. Near sunset it was perched on a broken limb of a tree, and then
after sunset it flew far to the west and stood on a small hummock of
piled-up ice far from the lake shore-- perhaps to be far from people?
At one point in the afternoon it had been accidentally flushed by
someone walking down the boat ramp because the bird was perched low on
the rocky side of the boat ramp at a place where it could not easily
be seen from the land.

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