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From Massbird list:
FYI.  Jason Lambert and Len Medlock have relocated the Great Gray Owl in Hanover, NH this morning. (Feb 4)

Steve Mirick
Bradford, MA

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Subject:	[NHBirds] Great Gray Owl--yes and location
Date:	Mon, 4 Feb 2013 15:01:35 +0000 (UTC)
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Jason Lambert and I are leaving yellow ribbon at the parking lot entrance to the Appalachian trail (the parking area is across from a 35mph speed sign on Trescott Rd., Hanover.) The trail leads to the area where the owl is being seen.  Walk 3/4 mile into the trail to a marsh area--we are leaving yellow tape along the way to guide you.

We will update the list with any new information.

Len Medlock and Jason Lambert
Exeter, NH

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