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Paul

3 rare sightings in the Fargo Moorhead Area.

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For anyone looking to complete their colections there have been some rare stuff haning around latley.

There is a nesting paif of Horned Owls with a young baby near Downtown Fargo. A few blocks from there has been a black billed cukoo hanging around(saw pics but not the bird), and A friend called to night from Glyndon MN and they had a Scarlet Tanger. All of these these are uncommon in the area. IF you want to attempt to fill your book and need these birds give a shout and I can hook you up.

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Nice shots, Paul. The nesting owls are quite common in the area, and the tanagers have been expanding their ranges in the last decade. Cuckoos are not uncommon in the region.

That being said, it's great to have local intel on desirable species, especially for those who either don't have those species on their life lists or who want photographs. Thanks, Paul!

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Nice shots as well Paul.

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Well according to the guys I visited with yesterday, the horned owl has been absent from the Fargo/Moorhead area for a few years and there is a lot of excitment to see them back in town.

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Hey man, not trying to rain on the parade. Those are nice sightings and cool pics! gringrin

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