An incredible juvenile plumage of an Amazonian bird goes unknown for 180 years - not any more.
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A unique and special exhibit gets a great makeover.
A Burrowing Owl was found at Montrose Beach Dunes on October 6, the first record of this western owl in the Chicago area since 2008. After an absence of about a week, it (or another) was seen again at the same location. Then is was watched coughing up a pellet, as owls do. So how many Burrowing Owls were there? And what are they eating?