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A polar owl has been spotted in New York’s Central Park. This is the first time since 1890 that this rare owl has been seen here.
- Last Updated:January 30, 2021, 1:38 PM IST
Here are my obligatory contributions to the snowy owl photos. I took a break from work to see the second ever recorded snowy owl in Central Park (the last was in 1890). #birdcp pic.twitter.com/qbRLIqTCvs
– Ben Stadler (@TheBenStadler) January 28, 2021
read this also: White owl sitting on the tree turned his entire neck, you will be surprised to see the videoMany pictures are being taken in the camera 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 almost any direction, and when they do so, they look amazing. The polar owl is the largest predatory bird in the High Arctic.