February 15, 2012


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It’s a banner year for bird watchers. Thousands of great snowy owls have headed south in recent weeks, showing up in places they’re rarely seen. This has owl watchers out in full force including commentator Veronica Rueckert

Veronica Rueckert goes owling with her mom in southern Wisconsin. Veronica’s the co-host of Wisconsin Public Radio’s “Central Time” heard on the Ideas Network weekday afternoons.

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