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Discussion in 'Snow Goose Hunting Forum' started by KEN, Jan 31, 2019.
Have at it guys. Just keep this for reports only. You have questions, start a new thread.
Just wondering how far south the birds really made it this winter. I'm in nebraska and seen a feed of pry 5000 here in first part of january. Had snows around a plenty into late December.
Ive got migrators headed north as I type in Eastern KS. Some high school kids had a good shoot on snows this morning.
Migrators over eastern MO today as well, specks and snows, smaller flocks.
Seen some migrating in Eastern Nebraska this afternoon. Going to be back down to -4 on tuesday night and zero above freezing temps in the 15 day forecast so they will push back south.
Quite a few pushing north in cent Il Sunday, most we saw went north, looked around a bit and saw them return south an hour later.
We've had good numbers of light geese here in NE Kansas all winter as their numbers have varied day to day based upon the amount of snow on the stubble fields...We lost all of our snow cover over the weekend...Be Safe...NC
Anyone seeing snows in west central Illinios yet in good numbers.
Drove from Pekin, through Havana and up into Canton and saw one bunch heading out to feed east of Havana. This was between 8:30 and 11 today. Emiquon had a little open water but saw nothing on it.
Good number of birds just pushed up to nebraska around Lincoln ahead of the storm. Don't see them staying around with large amounts of snow forecasted later this week but its good to see some birds closing in .