The Ross’s Goose is a rare bird to find in Michigan.
But that’s not what it seems like this year, as I’ve seen one in each of the first three months of 2020!
In three different counties. What a treat!
With its breeding grounds in the Arctic, the Ross’s Goose migrates through central Canada and through the central United States, west of the Mississippi River.
Seeing one this far east, near the Great Lakes, is pretty special.
Seeing three in three months in three different counties, amazing! Continue reading Photo of the Week: Ross’s Goose in Michigan, Third Month in a Row