Snowy Owls Visiting the Kansas City A...

Snowy Owls Visiting the Kansas City Area Are Rare to Missouri

There are 1 comment on the Kansas City InfoZine story from Dec 29, 2011, titled Snowy Owls Visiting the Kansas City Area Are Rare to Missouri. In it, Kansas City InfoZine reports that:

By Bill Graham - Snowy owls from the Arctic tundra are being spotted in the Midwest this winter in uncommonly large numbers, including three at Smithville Lake in the Kansas City area.

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#1 Dec 29, 2011
So sad the snowy owls they have been forced from their habitat and will not be able to survive.

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