This is the list of refuge information for snow goose hunters. Refuges help hunters “know” where the population is, they do weekly (some daily) counts of bird populations in their refuge. Here is the list of refuges with snow goose populations from North to South, by Flyway & State. While not all update their web […]
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Those of us preparing for a trip to the Peace Garden State for our fall waterfowling sabbatical have wondered simple things since the end of last season. Will the zones remain the same, how early do I need to buy my license to ensure I get one, and what other changes will there be in the laws this year? With the recent release of spring pond counts by USFWS, and reports from the Arctic of an average to above average hatch for light geese, it would be ashamed to miss a banner waterfowling year because of misinformation.
For many years the blue goose was considered to be a separate sub-species of the snow goose. However, biologists now recognize that the blue goose is the same species but in a different color phase from the white snow goose. Biologists also recognize that the blue goose species has about seven different color intergrades, or varieties, and despite the term “phase” they remain blue their whole lives.
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