Flying Geese at Sunset
March 15, 2012
On a recent trip to Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge over in Missouri, we saw thousands of geese.
They’ve since left for their long trip north to Canada where they will nest this summer.
Bye bye Geese, see you next fall.
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Susanne — have you and Harlan ever been over to Rowe Sanctuary on the Platte River in Nebraska to see the sandhill cranes? Take a look at their webcam. Was looking at them yesterday and it was magnificent!!!
Oh, I’m so excited! Back in January, we booked an overnight blind on the river for the end of this month to see the cranes at Rowe’s. I’m taking my camera and video camera too. 🙂
I sure hope they’re still there!!!! My birdwatching friend called me yesterday so excited to see them. Of course, she’s seen them for real, too — unlike me — YET.
These are beautiful pictures! I’ll bet that was a noisy flock of geese! 🙂
Beautiful photos. Crazy how many there are. Beautiful sky!
Wow…that is what I call a lot of geese! Beautiful shots!
Oh my goodness – how exciting that must have been. And what a beautiful sky. We are just getting some of our geese back altho we have them in wiinter too. But they nest in the area here also. Love seeing them fly over every day.