The spring snow goose migration is gaining momentum in North Dakota, as light goose numbers continue to build throughout the state.
The open waters at Tewaukon National Wildlife Refuge in southeastern North Dakota attracted a massive concentration of snow geese last weekend, says refuge biologist Christine Askerooth.
More: Migration Alert: Snow Goose Numbers Build in North Dakota
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