Snow Geese make their annual stop in Addison

11/07/07 2:08PM By Jane Lindholm
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Every year thousands of Snow Geese fly through the skies of Vermont and take a break in the Dead Creek Wildlife Management Area in Addison. They land by the thousands in a cornfield, and their white feathers almost glow against the brown and yellow earth.

Last week VPR's Jane Lindholm went out to Dead Creek with bird enthusiast Bridget Butler, who is a naturalist with Audubon Vermont to talk about Snow Goose migration.

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