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Present at 2:30! Where Mae described. Thanks for the reports, and happy new
year, all.

On Tue, Jan 1, 2019 at 2:26 PM Scott Morrical <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> The Snowy Owl was still there as of 1:45 PM.  Also an adult Bald Eagle was
> in the area, plus a female Greater Scaup.
> Scott Morrical
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> > On Jan 1, 2019, at 11:21 AM, Laura Bonazinga Bouyea <
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> > Still there! It’s cold and windy but worth it! thank you so much to the
> kind birder who showed my son a close up shot of him. It was his first ever
> snowy :)
> >
> > Laura Bonazinga Bouyea, M.S., CCC-SLP
> > Vermont Speech Language Pathology
> > University of Vermont
> > The Stern Center for Language & Learning
> >
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> >> On Jan 1, 2019, at 9:05 AM, B Bobolinks <
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> >> Bill and are are here in the wind with Clem Nilan looking at a snowy
> owl at the coastguard station. (Mike Palombo and Jim Morris just left.) The
> owl is on the breakwater that protects the Coast Guard docks—the breakwater
> with a tower on the left end, bearing a DANGER sign. The bird is hunkered
> down, but stands out against the dark stones. Mae Mayville Essex Jct.
> >>
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