The Snow Geese arrived in our area on Monday, and I was very excited to see them after a long winter! I saw about 300 yesterday so they are back in full force. For the first time, today, I’m linking up with Stewart for his Wild Bird Wednesday. So, be sure to read through all the other bloggers’ posts with their wild birds.
A flock of Snow Geese,
These are iconic birds – I’d love to see them in the wild. I’ve seen them in wildfowl parks – but that does not count!
Cheers and thanks for linking to WBW
Stewart M – Melbourne
I’m so excited to be a part of WBW! I hope you see some Snow Geese soon, Stewart.
Fabulous photos – must be quite an amazing sight to see…. lucky you!
so cool to see them flock!
I’ve been seeing even bigger flocks today, 400 birds and up!
ooooh – I’ve never really seen Snow Geese as they pass through our area. How nice to have such great views of them!
I’m hoping to get some better photos later this week.
Wonderful captures! We had the opportunity to see Snow Geese down at the Ohio River a few Decembers back.
Visiting from Wild Bird Wednesday,
I hope you get to see more Snow Geese soon, they are very neat birds. Thanks for stopping by, Lindy!
Don’t you just love them. They winter over here in our Valley–Skagit Valley. The count is usually 90,000 to 100,00 Snow Geese. They are here October to March-April. It is awesome to see them fill a field and to take off in flight. In the mornings and evenings they rise in the sky like massive ribbons waving away. Love ’em. MB
Gorgeous, if ever I got to see them, they would be a lifer for me.
It is neat to see the large flocks of snow geese. I have been lucky to see around here in the weather, they can sound very loud at times. Wonderful photos!
Sorry, my iPad is taking over my spelling. I see the snow geese here in the winter.
I always enjoy seeing these birds during migration- looks like that was quite a flock of them!