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Snowy owls wintering in US fitted with tiny tracking devices
by Tammy Webber
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22 December 2017
On 22 December 2017 The Associated Press reported:
Scott Judd trained his camera lens on the white dot in the distance. ... it was a snowy owl, thousands of miles from its Arctic home. The large white raptors have descended on the Great Lakes region and northeastern U.S. in huge numbers in recent weeks . . . to the delight of bird lovers. But for researchers, this winter's mass migration of the owls from their breeding grounds above the Arctic Circle is serious business.
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It's a chance to trap and fit some of the visitors with tiny transmitters to help track them around the globe and study a long-misunderstood species whose numbers likely are far fewer than previously thought, researchers say.
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