Migration


 

Last week we visited McNary Wildlife Refuge on the Columbia River. 

We got to steal a moment, in photo, from a cyclist headed across the causeway that splits the marshy waters of the refuge.   The Snow Geese flew up in a flurry around him.  

I haven't seen an estimate of the numbers of snow geese resting on their way north.  I do know that there are thousands there and at The Pot Holes Reservoir further north.  

I'm ready to spend more time 'birding.'  






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