A question for those of you who live around snow geese.and get to observe them without making a long trip... How do snow geese react to snow on the ground? Do they lay down like canadas and melt a spot, or do they just make do or move on to less snow covered areas? Same question for cold and hard frosts, do they pull the lay down move to thaw grass, or do they just wait later in the day for it to warm up. My big question is this- When it gets cold/white, does it make since to remove stakes/feet from fullbodies and use them like shells like we do with Canada's, or will the snows just wonder what happened to the decoy's feet. All the snows i have ever seen, the few around here, have always been on their feet.