Snow Geese Take Off

Throwback Thursday travels back to Saskatchewan in the late 1990s and Snow Geese on autumn migration.

This is a section of the Last Mountain Lake National Wildlife Area in Saskatchewan. A staging areas for Snow Geese heading south on autumn migration. I was on an observation tower that overlooks part of the Lake photographing small groups of birds flying in to join the main flock on the water. At this point something spooked the main group and the flock took off as one.

Throwback Thursday: Snow Geese Take Off

4 thoughts on “Snow Geese Take Off”

    1. I seem to think that there’s no hunting in the area although there’s plenty of hunters in other areas. It could have been a Coyote in the vegetation around the edges of the water.

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