Snowy Owls Are Returning To Minnesota Early This Year
The majestic Snowy Owls spend most their time in the Arctic, but every ten years or so when food sources get low, they fly South to Minnesota.
You could start seeing these beautiful creatures around town as they normally don't fly any further South of Duluth. However this is not a good thing for these owls as things are totally different from Arctic and they aren't use to cars. The owls food source are mostly rodents, but even the rodents look different.
Last week a Snowy Owl was brought into the Raptor Center at the University of Minnesota after it was hit by a car. So please be aware that the Snowy Owls are coming and there could be more accidents especially when it starts to Snow. So far four injured owls have been brought to the Raptor Center. You can read the full article here and let me know what you think about these Owls in the comments below.