Snowy Owls are Officially Back in Cleveland For the Winter

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The first reports of snowy owls being spotted in Cleveland this winter are here.

Yesterday, Martin J. Calabrese, a naturalist at Cleveland Metroparks, saw two owls hanging out at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. He even caught one rotating its neck 180-degrees, as seen in the video below:




While the pilgrimage of snowy owls from Canada to the shores of Lake Erie occurs annually, the amount of birds varies from year to year.

Find out how to catch a glimpse of the snowy owls on your own time right here. Then check out photos of owls seen in Cleveland during previous winters right here.



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