Owls are majestic birds, their haunting call the stuff of fairy tales and myth. Praised by farmers for their role in controlling destructive rodents, owls glide and swoop over Lodi vineyards, returning each morning to rest in the owl boxes specifically set up for them.
But some of those owls never make it home. Ten of the birds were electrocuted in San Joaquin County last year — four of them meeting their maker in the Lodi area, according to officials with PG&E.
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