BY BOB HOLT
Itās a big time for bird watchers in New Jersey. The snowy owl, normally found in Canadian regions, is paying a visit to New Jersey.
Theyāre coming in larger numbers than ever. Other people are not so happy to welcome them, like the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
CNN reported that the Port Authority said in a statement, āIn the last two weeks, five planes in New York airports were struck by snowy owls that have been migrating to the region in far higher than typical numbers."