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Melissa Block interviews Jim McCormac, a biologist with Ohio's Division of Wildlife, about why snowy owls are being sighted farther south in the United States than in previous years. He says most years, there are two to four of them sighted, but there have already been 15 sighted in Ohio since mid-December. He talks about his theory of why this is happening.
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