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 – 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 […]

Snow Goose Migration Update – February 17, 2015

Snow Goose Migration Update
These snow goose migration updates are starting to sound like a broken record! The words snow and cold are becoming common themes and the upcoming week doesn’t look any different. A winter storm the past two days has sent much of the snow goose migration south in Missouri and Illinois. Further […]

Snow Goose Migration Update – February 9, 2015

Snow Goose Migration Update
The snow line has moved north after a weekend warmup and the snow goose migration responded by making big strides north. With the warmth now behind us, a series of cold shots look to grind the migration to a halt and could even push it back south as we move toward next […]

Snow Goose Migration Update – February 2, 2015

Snow Goose Migration
February marks the beginning of a lot of conservation snow goose seasons across the country. The past two years have been tough with winter weather gripping much of the country and this year appears to be headed in the same direction. The typical “January Thaw” sent a lot of snow geese north the […]

Waterfowl Migration Update – December 31, 2014

We’re now entering 2015 and a lot of waterfowl hunters are glad to see December of 2014 in the rearview mirror. After a month of little to no waterfowl migration, arctic air has finally come back into the midwest and central United States and waterfowl are back on the move. How long the cold […]