A few years back there was one on Route100 near the Green Mountain Club headquarters. It stuck around for a long time.
172 Woodbury Road
Burlington, VT 05408
On Dec 16, 2013, at 5:17 PM, Willem Leenstra <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> What a treasure trove of photos, Tyler! It re-kindles my desire to do more digiscoping.
> On 12/16/2013 5:11 PM, Jane Stein wrote:
>> Terrific pix, Tyler, of what is surely one of the world's most crazily charismatic birds.
>> Anybody else remember that glorious winter 15 or so years ago when there were 2 in Addison county within something like five miles of each other, one in Cornwall and one in Bridport?
>> On 12/16/2013 5:01 PM, Tyler Pockette wrote:
>>> In case anyone is interested, I have uploaded a few photos of the Northern
>>> Hawk Owl to flickr. The link is below.
>>> Also, when I arrived this morning to the Hawk Owl spot, a fellow
>>> birder/photographer was already there and had spoken to the landowner of
>>> one of the houses. Apparently this bird has been seen by them for about a
>>> week now, so hopefully this bird will be around for a while.
>>> Today was a wonderful day for birding. After seeing the Northern Hawk Owl,
>>> I headed towards the Champlain Bridge in Addison, where I crossed paths
>>> with a Snowy Owl 1/4 mile East of West Addison General Store. Probably the
>>> same bird that Spencer reported yesterday, this was a very dark bird. I'm
>>> very satisfied with seeing a Snowy Owl and a Northern Hawk Owl in the same
>>> Happy Decembirding,
>>> Tyler Pockette
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> Willem R. Leenstra
> Department of Chemistry
> University of Vermont