Monday, March 2, 2009

That's My World!---Squaw Creek NWR

Can you imagine 1.6 million Snow geese in one place, at one time?

I paid a visit to Squaw Creek NWR last Wednedsday, and that was the estimated count for the day.

Imagine if you can, driving for more than a mile and this is what you see.

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There were constantly geese in the air as well the geese in the water.

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The din from the geese was phenomenal. My dawg that normally snoozes in her bed in the back seat was sitting up and staring out the window. One really wishes at times like that you could read the doggy mind.

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11 comments:

alicesg said...

Wow That's a whole lot of birds there. Lovely photo.

Guy D said...

Wow, I thought there were alot of geese here in Regina....looks like you have all of em...lol. Great pics.

Have a great week!
Guy
Regina In Pictures

SandyCarlson said...

I would love to hear those geese.

Great shots.

Marites said...

wow! that place is a favorite among the geese. Your dog must be thinking that they could be his playmates? :)

Arija said...

My goodness, they are thick as thieves! A wonderful sight. How do they find enough food for so many, do they practice the miracle of the loaves and the fishes?

Your EG Tour Guide said...

That sure is a LOT of snow geese at one time. The area is blanketed with the creatures!

Greensboro Daily said...

Wow! geese en masse! As a bird lover, you will appreciate our 3/2 post!

2sweetnsaxy said...

Oh my that's a lot of birds. Reminds me of the movie "The Birds."

Mojo said...

I usually wish I could read Tonka's mind. Because sometimes I swear he can read mine.

But I think if he saw this he'd be thinking "What the flock?"

Can't imagine the uproar... worse than a political convention I bet.

Glennis said...

Wow so many birds, I am sure they would be deafening.

Wren said...

It's overwhelmingly beautiful, isn't it? I saw a flock of several thousand once in Maryland, but that's nothing compared to this.