Good Sam RV Club Member
Since well before daylight, flight after flight. Literally thousands passing by, making quite a racket as they go. Fun to see
2008 Dodge 3500 With a Really Strong Tractor Motor...........
LB, SRW, 4X4, 6-Speed Auto, 3.73, Prodigy P3, Blue Ox Sway Pro........
2007 Komfort 212 on 225 75R 15E Maxxis ST Tires.........
I heard them honking overhead on Sat night Luv 'em!
North Pole, Alaska
The geese and swans arrived here in Interior Alaska over two weeks ago....about a week early than the average time.
1970 Ford F250 2WD Sport Custom (Owned April 1996)
390 V8 (23K Rebuilt Mi) C6 Trans (207K Original Mi)
2000 Fleetwood Angler 8ft Cabover
Air Lift 1000(Front)
Air Lift Loadlifter 5000(rear)
Hellwig Front and Rear Sway Bars
Goodyear G171 LT Series(siped)
You're so lucky to see the beautiful scene of the wildlife.
I've no house in the city, just a camping tent in the wild.
I live near a natural flyway in the Canadian Prairies and we have had 1000's of raptors, 1000's of geese, ducks, etc...flying northward, during the past couple of months.
I read reports of some farm fields out here functioning as temporary rest areas, for 4-4500 Tundra Swans on their way to their summer homes.
Went on a photo foray last week....about 30 miles away from my city...saw about 70-80 American White Pelicans swimming and feeding on the mighty Red River.
More flying in every day. They nest on lakes, not too far north of my city.
On the other hand....the Snowy White Owls have almost all flown north from their winter homes around here.
Birds do add a lot to our lives.
I started noticing the RV's with Canadian plates heading that way too a few weeks ago. The snowbirds and the Geese both know when to head back North.
2004 National Tropi-Cal T-350, Class A, Triple slide, 330 HP Cat DP.
2006 Dodge Dakota 4x4 or
2002 Harley FLSTF Fat Boy on a Trailer or
2004 Polaris Quad on the Trailer