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Saturday, Feb. 29, 2020 Souix Falls S.Dakota

Mark B. reported Incoming: increasing numbers

Time: Mid-morning
Weather: Sunny
Temp: 31-40 degrees
Wind: 5-10 mph from Southeast
 
Comments: Leading edge of snows have arrived and OUR time is at hand. Heads on a swivel boys.Semper Fi
 
Calgary Alberta

turday, Feb. 29, 2020

Jimmy K. reported Incoming; low numbers

Time: Early Afternoon
Weather: Overcast
Temp: 41-50 degrees
Wind: 10-15 mph from Southwest
 
Comments: Mallards are starting a come back! Saw a feed at city limit of about 2,000 mallards and about 1,500 Canadas! Between 5,000 to 20,000 Canadas stay here all winter as long as the Bow river has open sections. But to see all those mallards on one small field in Febuary is unusual. The crows have been here almost for one month(The crows usually migrate south while the magpies stay all year... So stop complaining in the southern stays...Global warming is here to stay!!!

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Linton N. Dakota

Thursday, Mar. 5, 2020

Joseph P. reported Incoming: increasing numbers

Time: Early Afternoon
Weather: Not Provided
Temp: 31-40 degrees
Wind: 20+ mph from West
 
Comments: Saw the first waves of snows and blues yesterday with more steady streams today. Lots of Canada geese making there way through as well

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Grassy Butte N. Dakota;

Monday, Mar. 9, 2020

Matt J. reported Incoming: increasing numbers

Time: Early Afternoon
Weather: Foggy
Temp: Below Zero
Wind: 20+ mph from South
 
Comments: Snows everywhere!! probably 5 million birds in the last day. about to hammer em this weekend.

 

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Devils Lake N. Dakota

Sunday, Mar. 29, 2020

Dane L. reported Peak numbers

Time: Early morning
Weather: Partly Cloudy
Temp: 31-40 degrees
Wind: 15-20 mph from West
 
Comments: Snow geese by the hundreds of thousands just west of town 10-25mi flying in between open water and fields solid geese for miles

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Edgeland N.Dakota

Tuesday, Mar. 31, 2020

Brad S. reported Peak numbers

Time: Not Provided
Weather: Not Provided
Temp: Not Provided
Wind: Not Provided
 
Comments: The last 2 days have been a snow goose watchers delight. Starting yesterday morning there has been a massive Southward movement of geese. In addition there are still birds coming up from the south and staging here. I drove the Churches Ferry/Leeds/Wolford/Cando area this morning. I observed huge flocks on the ground and in the air. One flock on the ground was over 2 miles by 1/2 mile. Most of the birds are adult bir

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