Snow Geese Migration at Middle Creek

March is the time when thousands of snow geese stop by Stevens, PA on their migration to Canada. Tundra swans, herons, bald eagles and visiting bird watchers can also be spotted at the Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area. The snow geese can fly up to 50 miles per hour and can live for more than 25 years.

Middle Creek

Middle Creek viewer


geese close up

Visitors Center

Visitors Center

View from visitors center

bird display

even more bird eggs

bird eggs display

more bird eggs

ostrich egg


Here is a Reading Eagle newspaper article for more info:

At Peak Migration, This Hiker Prefers To Stand Still.



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