WASHINGTON - Photographing a snowy owl is a challenge on almost every wildlife photographer's bucket list. But just spotting one in Maryland can be a rewarding experience.
In North America, the solitary birds can often be found in the Arctic regions of Alaska and Canada. They migrate through Canada, and occasionally further south.
But in Maryland, they are rare winter guests.Download the FOX 5 DC News App for Local Breaking News and WeatherSnowy owl on Assateague Island (Konstantine Mamalis) Wildlife photographer Konstantine 'Gus' Mamalis knew what the odds were of capturing photos of snowy owls in the Free State.Read more on fox29.com