Hundreds of Thousands Of Snow Geese Invade The Delaware Coast Every Winter And It’s A Sight To Be Seen

Every year, starting in November, hundreds of thousands of snow geese move into the Delaware coast. These beautiful birds are on the run from the brutal Arctic winter. They spend their summer mating season way up north and then fly south to a more hospitable climate when the days start to get shorter. You can see them in huge flocks if you head to Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge or Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge this winter.

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For more information about Bombay Hook and Prime Hook, visit the Coastal Delaware National Wildlife Refuges on Facebook, here.

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