Maggie Fimia of Edmonds reports that snowy owl she wrote about in January has been back six times since her original report.
“Except for one time when he decided to perch on a condo chimney, he’s been in the same tall evergreen — trying to sleep while the crows try to drive him away,” Fimia said. “I’m so hoping to see him fly. His pattern is to arrive early just around dawn, after a night of hunting. He naps all day and then starts to preen as the sun starts going down. He takes off by sunset.”