A female snowy owl strayed from its usual territory in the Arctic to visit Florida, making it the third bird of its kind to ever be spotted in the Sunshine State, The Florida Times-Union reports.
Visitors have been flocking to Little Talbot Island near Jacksonville coo over the snowy owl since a birdwatcher saw it on Friday.
Snowy owls usually spend their winters in Canada and the northern states. 2012 was the last time a snowy owl was seen in Florida, and before that it was in 1997, according to the Times-Union.
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