Snow Geese at Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area

Over 65,000 Snow Geese, and 1,500 Tundra Swans find Middle Creek WMA a stopping ground on their migration route to the northern tundra.

Here is when a picture, and video can say 1,000 words. Please enjoy this beautiful and mesmerizing experience with me.

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  1. Wow! That is one huge party! These geese are very pretty, love the black tipped wings. Video wad just amazing! Thanks for posting πŸ˜ƒ

  2. Wow, that’s astonishing! I can just feel the excitement of being there. How long were you there? Thank you so much for sharing this, wow Nature is amazing. And to think they get all those geese together without Facebook, Twitter, or the internet period! How do they do it!? πŸ˜‰ Great video.

    • For this morning, I was there for about four hours. I returned on Saturday and was there about 3 1/2. It truly is amazing how they know how to find each other in such a random place. Just the fact that they migrate makes me wonder how and why.

    • Oh Meishsiu, you truly understand the meaning and depth of being present to experience this. I took some friends that had never seen them before. It brought tears to their eyes when they all flew off together.

      It means so much that you were able to experience it with them. Hugs!

      • I believe that life could have the opportunity to see so much the number of birds on the beautiful lake off, for me, this is a very happy thing, so I had to yield to feel the power of nature and life moved from you in photography, I can understand the country, there are about a bird in the world, it is a very different experience, so I want thank you. πŸ™‚

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