The snow goose migration is one of the longest migrations in terms of distance and time. There are millions of snow geese and they travel in huge flocks making for tough hunting.

Snow Goose Migration Update – March 25, 2015

Snow Goose Migration
The warmup last weekend sent the back half of the snow goose migration further north as the leading edge continues to filter into Canada. The largest concentrations of geese are in North Dakota and the northern half of South Dakota with pockets of birds remaining south of there.

Clear skies and a brief […]

Snow Goose Migration Update – March 17, 2015

Snow Goose Migration Update
The snow goose migration has been in full swing with above normal temperatures and no snow line to speak of in the lower 48. Leading edge geese have made their way into Canada, but good hunting remains across a large portion of the country.

The warmup started last week and geese in the […]

Snow Goose Migration Update – March 10, 2015

Snow Goose Migration Update
Spring like temperatures has put the snow goose migration back in gear after a cold month of February. Reports all across the country have geese headed north and with the forecast through the weekend remaining warm, the push should continue.

The warmup began in the Central Flyway late last week and has continued […]

Snow Goose Migration Update – March 3, 2015

Snow Goose Migration
After 3 weeks of winter weather controlling much of the country and the halting the snow goose migration, things will kick into high gear by this weekend and we can all get back to saving the tundra! The combination of the full moon and normal to above normal temperature will have geese […]

Snow Goose Migration Update – February 24, 2015

Snow Goose Migration Update
Old man winter continues to hinder the snow goose migration as we approach the end of February. There is now snow and ice on the ground as far south as northern Louisiana and central Texas. The weather will moderate the next couples days only to give way to an Alberta Clipper late […]