Snow geese in Arctic Regions begin their annual migration South in early fall and do not head back North until early March. The National Wildlife Refuges in the Eastern Shores of the US become the home of tens of thousands of snow geese each winter. Over the past several years I have been photographing these beautiful birds in Bombay Hook, Prime Hook, Chincoteague and Blackwater National Wildlife Refuges. I can’t wait to photograph them again this winter. Please refer to my Photo Essay entitled “Chasing after Snow Geese” on this blog. By the way, this is also the first post that you may navigate through all images easily using the arrow key. Thank you for stopping by.