Date: 12/28/20 8:12 am
From: birdrecords <birdrecords...>
Subject: [NHBirds] Don’t Love an Owl to Death!

As reports of our wintertime visitor the Snowy Owl begin to come in, the excitement to see them often results in behavior dangerous to the well-being of the bird. It’s important to remember that repeated disturbances reduce the likelihood that they will survive to return north to breed. Seeing a Snowing Owl is a rare privilege, learn to avoid owl harassment and how to observe respectfully in the Winter 2015-16 Issue of New Hampshire Bird Records: https://nhbirdrecords.org/nhbr-pdfs/V34%20N4%20Winter%202015-16%20web.pdf (“Snowy Owl Viewing-Observe without Disturbing” is on page 37).
Other articles in this issue include: Birding in Hollis; Owl Harassment; Where are the Evening Grosbeaks?; photos and field notes from the 2015-16 winter season and of course a Photo Quiz! Enjoy them all!
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