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post May 26 2006, 02:27 AM
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Dear Patty,
How are you this fine day? I'm fine! I read your journals and I enjoy reading them. I learn something new every day. I was really facinated by this one particular journal. It was from about a week ago. Anyway, it was when you and other peopl eon the Healy spotted a rear owl on the boat! I'm really interested to know what that owl was there. If you can, I would like to know more about that owl! Have a great trip on the Healy!

P.S: WRITE BACK SOON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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post Jun 4 2006, 09:23 PM
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Hi Angela,

Liz Labunski, the seabird and marine mammal expert onboard the Healy, e-mailed a photo of the owl to some land-bird experts. They confirmed Liz's suspicions: The owl was a long-eared owl. The experts think that the owl might have been a Eurasian species that was blown off course by a storm.

Being that I am on a ship, I have limited access to books or other research materials. So I can't tell you much more about the owl. But it would be great if you could do some research and then report back to me what you've found out about long-eared owls! I'd love to know more about these birds.

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