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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 – Sunday, March 22, 2020

Snowy Owls no nothing of pandemics. They go about their business, killing voles, taking low perches, flashing their yellow eyes, unaware of our plagues and politics.

Although the world had changed so much since the first owls came south from the Arctic last October, their distribution has not. The Snowy Owls are still here, offering us a small measure of predictability in unsettled times.

The Map link below displays Snowy Owl sightings reported to eBird since March 1. The Sightings link features a list of owl reports (now reduced in number owing to fewer birders getting out) during the past seven days in the lower 48 states. And perhaps The Snowy Owl Image Gallery below will be of some help seeing us through to the other side of this pandemic. Stay safe, distant from one another, and healthy, everyone.

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The Snowy Gallery

Click the grid below for a gallery of recent sightings from eBird and the Macaulay Library from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.