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Invasion of the Snowy Owls

Keen birdwatchers are flocking out to Boundary Bay these days to catch a glimpse of a Snowy Owl. Nature writer Anne Murray told us the large raptors are in the Lower Mainland in unusually large numbers this year.

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Click below to see more photos of the snowy owls in Boundary Bay. They were taken by Terry Carr who is a member of the Delta Naturalists.


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