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Julia Ponder, executive director of the University of Minnesota Raptor Center, releases the snowy owl “D.C. Snowy” off Winter Street in Superior, Wis., on Saturday morning. The owl was reportedly hit by a bus in Washington, D.C. and then rehabilitated at the Raptor Center. Bob King | Forum News Service

Famous snowy owl set free after rehab in Minnesota

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By John Lundy

Forum News Service

SUPERIOR, Wis. — With a flurry of powerful wings and not even a glance back, what may be the most famous owl in America flew over a nondescript copse of trees in Superior and out of sight.

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