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06 March 2018

Tis the Migration Season

The other day a humongous flock of Canada Geese at Dead Creek Refuge in Addison, Vermont.
The light was flat. I didn't have my good camera with me. I had to good camera today. However, I estimate over 90 % of the geese flock have left.
Posting both days. The photos were fun to take. Navigating the muddy dirt road, not so much.



6 comments:

  1. They're thinking of spring!

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  2. the Canadian Geese live here in Northern Indiana year round. There are so many water retention ponds from all the building complexes they find it a good place to stay. actually they are a pretty big nuisance. Their droppings create contamination. Walkways are their toilet, so to speak.
    xx, Carol

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  3. Hi William,
    It will be all winter with the new snow storm on the way. News has been ridiculously about the storm almost a week before it even gets here.

    Hi Carol,
    Geese do make a mess, careful where you walk situation. But this is their world as well as ours. Better management of wetlands might help, but it won't stop geese from being geese.

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  4. Looks like there are some snow geese visiting with the Canadians. I do hope you won't get a huge storm again. So far we have had just flurries and not much accumulation.

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  5. It's so awesome to be surrounded by so much wildlife.

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  6. Hi Debra,
    Heavy wet snow here with more on the way. It looks beautiful in the woods.

    Hi Loree,
    The snow is too deep for backyard critters today.

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