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Great gray owls join boreal owls in Minnesota

Published 02/21/2013, Duluth News Tribune

Northern Minnesota’s phenomenowl winter continues. Boreal owls and now great gray owls have come south from Canada’s boreal forest seeking food. Such a movement is called an “irruption” by birders. But for some boreal owls, the winter is taking a tough turn.

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