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Snowy Owl found in Inola, February 2004

Inola Snowy Owl Returns North

The Snowy owl was sent to Chicago on 18-March and from there someone picked it up and drove it 6 hours North in the snow to another rehabber in Antigo Wisconsin. There it will be conditioned and released. Here is a photo of her there with a male. The perch is about 6 feet off the ground. This shows how much snow they have there.

Gary Siftar

This Snowy Owl was found in Inola in an emaciated condition. It is currently being rehabbed by Gary & Kathy Siftar and will hopefully be sent back north for release.


 

 

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