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No doubt about it, we live in the Central Flyway.

Walking home for lunch, I observed a confused skein of what sounded like snow geese flying over Superior. They must have just gotten up from a nearby river bottom field for they had not settled into a structured formation. From my position, their order resembled a flock of sparrows.

Snow geese are noisy creatures. Living in town, I don’t hear the coyotes howl like I did while making my home on Blauvelt’s Hill. But with snow geese that is not true. This area was part of their flight plan when I lived in the county. Now, on still nights, the air...

 

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