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Spectacular birding events such as those found in the lower Rio Grande
Valley of Texas and northern MN are rare and should be witnessed if at all
possible!  In MN, over 170 road-killed Great Gray Owls have been turned in
to local museum collections - invariably females.  Apparently the females
feed closer to roadways and males tend to stay further from harm's way.  In
the space of a couple hours, a friend of mine counted 266 Great Grays in
flight from one spot along the lake shore!!  Just go - you won't regret it.

Chris Hobbs
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