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Snowy Owl  (photo: Cornell Lab of Ornithology)
Snowy Owl (photo: Cornell Lab of Ornithology)

A rare, winter visitor from the Arctic

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Snowy owls from the arctic tundra are showing up in northern states this winter. More than two dozen sightings of the large, stoic owls have been reported from Lake Champlain to Lake Ontario since October.

Todd Moe talks with Lake Placid birder Larry Master, an expert on owls, about Snowy Owls and other owl visitors from further north this time of year.

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Todd Moe
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