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Barnacle Goose at Mud Creek Wildlife Management Area

Barnacle Goose at Mud Creek Wildlife Management Area

Attila Zsaki and Michelle Nokken, sharp birders from Montreal, located this Barnacle Goose at Mud Creek Wildlife Management Area (link to a PDF map) in Alburg, Vermont, on Saturday, March 30. Dwight Cargill reports that it’s still there today (April 2) among about 75 Canada Geese. Walk about 0.5 miles along the rail trail heading west into the marsh from Route 78 and look north into open water (bring a scope). Attila offers a geo-reference from Saturday: 44°58’15.49″N 73°16’10.68″W. No word yet on the bird’s provenance. But Mud Creek is worth a visit nonetheless.

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