Be On The Lookout: Millions Of Snow Geese Are Making Their Way Over North Dakota Right Now

What is your favorite telltale sign that spring has arrived? Is it the robins in the yard? The beautiful prairie crocuses popping up? Perhaps it is the sight and sound of geese flying overhead back to their northern summer home. North Dakotans in the central flyway may have already noticed the annual snow geese migration starting in March. There are many more birds that’ll be flying over the state in the coming weeks – so be on the lookout! Here’s what you need to know about the snow geese migration in North Dakota:

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Wildlife refuges are essential places for the snow geese to rest during their long journey, and it helps that North Dakota has the most wildlife refuges than any other state in the country to preserve these places for them. Here are a few beautiful refuges and other parks in the state you can visit.

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