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KWEC hosts ‘10 Snowy Owls’ presentation

Snowy owls are a unique and special visitor to Cheyenne Bottoms and Kansas during some winters.  Snowy owls are an arctic species. However, some years, depending on their food supply and reproductive success, snowy owls can be pushed south into the United States.  This year as many as three snowy owls have been observed at Cheyenne Bottoms.
During the winter of 2011-2012, Kansas was invaded by snowy owls.  The Kansas Ornithological Society documented over 130 reports of snowy owls.  “Because this many owls had not been seen in Kansas for over 30 years, I decided to spend extra time attempting ...


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