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Created 4-Apr-18
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Wildlife photographers and bird enthusiasts across NE have been chasing snowy owls with increased interest the past three years along the seacoast since the winter irruption of 2013-14. Scientists suggest the irruption was likely due to an increase in lemmings that led to bigger broods. It's likely that New Englanders saw more snowys than at any time since 1943 that year. The good news is that a few seem to be finding their way back to NH since then.
Out to Sea, Rye Beach, NHSnowy Owl Praying, Rey Beach, NHMary Roosting in Frozen Marsh, Massachusetts Seacoast, 2017-18Awakening, Light barred Snowy Owl, New England Seacoast, November 2020Female Snowy Owl Flying PreDusk.  Coastal Massachusetts, USA.  April 2022.Snowy Owl Flying in Blue Sky. Coastal Massachusetts, USA.  April 2022.Snowy Owl on a Bird Box.  Coastal New England, USA. Winter 22-23.Snowy Owl Guarding the Beach, New England, November 2020Happy Holidays.  Snowy Owl, Salisbury State Reservation. 2018Snowy Owl in the Marsh.  Coastal New England, USA. Winter 22-23.Snowy Owl Portrait.  Coastal New England, USA. Winter 22-23.Snowy Owl on the Beach.  Coastal New England, USA. November 2022.Snowy Owl Flying in High Key.  Coastal New England, USA. November 2022.Snowy Owl Showing Eyelash.  Coastal New England, USA. November 2022.Twisted.  Curious Snowy Owl.  Coastal New England, USA. November 2022.Snowy Owl Launch in Blue Sky.  Coastal New England. January 2022Off to Hunt, Massachusetts Seacoast, 2017-18Snowy Owl After the Falcon Attack. Coastal New England. January 2022.Snowy Owl Defending a Falcon Attack. Coastal New England. January 2022.Snowy Owl Flying. Coastal New England. January 2022.

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