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This barred owl shocked Langley City’s Alice Kennedy when he dropped into her yard recently for a visit. He landed in a tree, as well as on her back fence. While perched on the chainlink, his back to Kennedy, he swivelled his head around to keep an eye on her. “Barred owls live mainly east, north, and south of coastal B.C., according to my bird book. I live in Langley City, so was definitely surprised to see this owl in my backyard,” Kennedy shared. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

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