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— Bryan

Snowy Owl in Randolph Center, Vermont

The Snowy Owl Scoop

Breaking news on the migration of Snowy Owls across North America

Summary Report — FINAL: Earth Day, April 22, 2022

Although Snowy Owl reports continue to trickle in, the warblers are coming and the owls are leaving. If you have an eBird account, “The Map” below is your best bet. It includes Snowy sightings since April 1 from around the world. (Zoom the map to see pins for individual reports.) “The Sightings” link, covering only the U.S, which works for anyone, includes reports from the past seven days.

The Snowy Owl Scoop will resume in October. Thanks, everyone!

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The Snowy Gallery

Click the grid below for a gallery of sightings since January 1 (most recent first) from eBird and the Macaulay Library from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.