NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — There was an extremely rare sight in Central Park on Wednesday that experts say hasn’t been seen in more than a century.
Bird watchers flocked to catch a glimpse of a snowy owl.READ MORE: Doctors Seeing More Neck, Back Pain Related To Working From Home
It was spotted Wednesday morning on a baseball field in the park’s North Meadow.Harrison School District Taking Action To Bring All Students Back Into Classrooms Full Time In Coming Weeks
The birds are native to the Arctic tundra and migrate south during the winter.
Experts say the last recorded sighting of a snowy owl in Central Park was back in 1890.MORE NEWS: Blackface Costume Controversy Hits N.J. Town Of Lakewood
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