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Snowy Owl - - (Nyctea scandiaca)

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Snowy Owl

looking across valley Although they normally live in the Arctic, Snowy Owls do migrate south to Canada and the northern United States when prey populations (primarily lemming) crash. During migration, owls will hunt ground squirrels, rabbits, hares and other small mammals and birds. But many fail to survive the journey - primarily due to their lack of prior experience in human environments. This Snowy Owl is perched on the roof of a farmhouse in rural Pennsylvania.

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