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Snowy owls flock to B.C.

A juvenile snowy owl, perched on a lamp post along the William R. Bennett Bridge in Kelowna, B.C. (Contributed by: Chris Charlesworth)

There's an invasion of sorts happening in B.C., from Prince George all the way south to Penticton.

Chris Charlesworth has been on the front lines, he's a bird expert in Kelowna.

Daybreak host Chris Walker reached him Wednesday afternoon, and began by asking where he was speaking from.

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