have been making trips that take them 3,000 miles from their usual habitat in
the Arctic Circle, flying as far south as Florida -- and it's put the
magnificent creatures in danger.
found at airports, whose wide-open spaces resemble the Arctic tundra.
popular theory for why the birds have flown south is that a spike in their
population last season outpaced their food supply.
Read more: Who? Where? Snowy owls flock south