Rare Owl, Showing 130 Years Later In New York’s Central Park

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These days there is an atmosphere of excitement for bird lovers in New York, USA. Actually, a new guest has arrived here in Central Park which has been seen after 130 years. This is Snowy Owl or a special owl found in the polar regions. Seeing this beautiful bird, the administration as well as common people were shocked and now full care is being taken to take care of it. According to the information, this owl has been seen here only twice and the last time it was seen here in 1890.

Surprise people see

When Manhattan Bird Alert tweeted about this beautiful bird, people started getting inflamed to see it. The video was tweeted by Bird Alert, which monitors rare birds in Central Park and throughout Manhattan. This owl could be seen near some crows. People have become even more obsessed with its performance. People are surprised to see how it is walking in the park comfortably without being disturbed by crows.

These birds are special

People are going to watch it from close, then some are capturing this rare sight on camera and becoming a part of history. These pictures and videos are being shared widely on social media. Owls can rotate their neck almost 270 degrees in any direction, and when they do it looks amazing. The polar owl Bubo scandiacus is the largest predatory bird in the High Arctic.

People remember the rules

Along with the increase in the number of people coming to see it, the American Birding Association has reminded the people. The association says that the owl is disturbed by the people around them, their running, sounds. This rare bird should not be scared or disturbed in this new urban environment, so people should be cautious and present around it. The Code of Ethics has also been released for this.

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