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This morning, it was cloudy with intermittent snowflakes falling. The owl was cruising up and down the causeway in short flights, at the South Hero end. I've posted some photos at:

http://www.uvm.edu/~msargent/nature2017/new

Also, the tundra swan is still there, off Colchester Point, hanging out with several dozen Canada geese. 

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