Friday, February 8, 2008


Winter's not done yet but that doesn't seem to make a lot of difference to some of our feathered friends. DNR Small Non-Game Specialist Pam Perry said there's activity out there in the woods and trees. Perry said owls, great-horned owls in particular are getting ready to nest in southern Minnesota, seemingly a bit early. Perry will speak more about birds in person at the Pelican Lakes Conservation Club Wednesday night, February 13th. Most of the conversation will be about eagles, ospreys and loons but if you have questions about other feathered critters, please bring them along. Perry said there would be a meeting of the Bee-Nay-She Bird Club next Thursday night at 7pm at the Hallett Library.

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