the Raptor Center at the University of Minnesota has treated 33 snowy owls “and that is significantly above normal.”

In Minnesota, unusually high number of injured snowy owls being treated

(Photo by Bill Diers)ST. PAUL, Minn. — Wildlife experts say they are treating more injured snowy owls than usual this year in Minnesota. The owls have flown thousands of miles from the Arctic and are being spotted in higher numbers in parts of the northern U.S., including around the Great Lakes, to the delight of local bird watchers. But that…