A snowy owl sits atop a fence post after being released along the shore of Duxbury Beach in Duxbury, Mass., in 2017. As the global climate warms, snowy owls may appear in North Cascades National Park by 2050, according to a study released last week by the National Audubon Society and National Park Service.
A snowy owl sits atop a fence post after being released along the shore of Duxbury Beach in Duxbury, Mass., in 2017. As the global climate warms, snowy owls may appear in North Cascades National Park by 2050, according to a study released last week by the National Audubon Society and National Park Service. Charles Krupa AP file
A snowy owl sits atop a fence post after being released along the shore of Duxbury Beach in Duxbury, Mass., in 2017. As the global climate warms, snowy owls may appear in North Cascades National Park by 2050, according to a study released last week by the National Audubon Society and National Park Service. Charles Krupa AP file

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