Snow Goose In Summer

On our trip to the Brigantine Division of the Edwin B. Forsythe NWR, we saw this lone Snow Goose multiple times around one area of the refuge. Usually they are all gone from the Refuge at this time of the year. But seeing it multiple times around a certain area it seemed like the one wing might be injured. We also saw it just walking along the side of the Wildlife Drive.Snow_Goose_In_Summer_v2_600mm_6_19_76A7282

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Snow Goose Coming At You

When we were at the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge in NJ, we were looking for Snow Geese. We were glad to see huge numbers of Snow Geese there in multiple  locations. I waited for large groups taking off, but they seemed content to just make a lot of noise squawking away.

We did see a few small groups or single geese flying around and even coming right at us, like the featured image.

It was still fun to see large groups in the distance covering a large area, even though we missed the large takeoffs.

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