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For some reason , as I believe it's a little to early . Yesterday eve and last night , thru the night I saw and or heard high flyers and a lot of them . Anyone else ?
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there were 3 -4 thousand geese in the cut corn field by the house this morning
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Early migrators, end of September a bunch of PA and NY pond birds get an early jump south... Everything right on schedule...

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Yep Glen, Listened and watched 'em yesterday evenin' whilst grillin' and sippin , all night through the open bedroom windows and all this morning. Queenstown.
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Hearing them again tonight, love that sound
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It's about normal for the first AP geese to migrate here. They are generally the non breeders and young. Residents from ny and pa most likely won't migrate until they are snowed and frozen out...
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Saw some high fliers last week here in Calvert.
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I saw a bunch today, high flyers heading down into MD near the PA line. 
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They are flying around upper Montgomery County like I've seen them out on the eastern shore... hundreds of flocks of all sizes as far as the eye can see.
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Wish I could say the same. I see fewer and fewer every day arround my parts. That said, I had plans to hunt them tomorrow but changed my mind.
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I have seen more in our southern Cecil farm earlier with out extreme cold than I have seen in a long time. Northern Cecil spot still has plenty remaining as well.. Hitting 1 Friday and other Saturday.
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Giving it a shot tomorrow but , I haven't been seeing to many here in Caroline, even less then last year so far .
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Canadas MIA around here but the snows know the weather is coming and were thick today! Real thick, non stop flying over head.
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The ducks must kno. Had the first cans n B.B. behind the house today. When there in the creek it normally means it’s on.
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