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Re: [OM] Birds, was Nature's ND Filter?

Subject: Re: [OM] Birds, was Nature's ND Filter?
From: Ken Norton <kenorton@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 30 Jan 1998 09:27:53 -0600
John G. wrote:
>Michigan or Maine were, unfortunately, my two favoured spots as I
particularly 
>want to photograph snowy owls, great grey owls, hawk owls etc. These
species all 
>tend to get pushed south by the winter weather and  places like Michigan and 
>Maine are the best spots to find them.

So true.  I forgot all about the owls.  It can be unnerving to go to work
early in the morning and get "hooted" by an owl five feet above your head.
I think they do that for entertainment.

Ken Norton

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