Last night as I went outside to get a load of firewood for the stove, thousands of snow geese were flying south. It was dark so I could not see them, but there were thousands as they were continous for over 10 minutes. The fall migration does not stop in our area, but the spring migration does it is a sight to behold. Here are some pictures of last spring's migration.
Here a flock is landing at Camas National Wildlife Refuge during a brilliant sunset.
Here are the three main types that migrate through. Left is a Ross's Goose, middle is a Blue phase Snow Goose and the right one is a Snow Goose.