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Snowy owls die in Prince George

Snowy owls along University Way in Prince George, B.C. (Photo Credit: Roy Rea/UNBC)

Arctic snowy owls flew south for the winter and landed in and around Prince George.  But they didn't fair so well.  Daybreak's Betsy Trumpener speaks with wildlife biologist Doug Wilson for more.

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