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saw a canadian honker today and heard about 3 snow geese in the area...is that weird or have they started migrating back??

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winniewalleye777

I dont know if there are any local birds where you are located, but I was in Sartell (near st. cloud) this past weekend and I saw about five thousand mallards and at least a thousand canada geese. It was pretty hilarious watching those birds react to the snow on sunday morning! It definately gave me the itch watching them fly around again.

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riversmallmouth35

I did see alot geese but didnt see all them mallards that your talking about. Where in Sartell did you see them. I live in sauk rapids and there was probably fifteen hundred geese at my grandpas farm.

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winniewalleye777

My parents live in town, but I saw them out off of CR133 west of town. There is a field west of 133 just after you cross cr4 where they have been feeding since I came home last around christmas. If you drive by that field in the late afternoon/evening you cant miss them. It might be different now after all of the snow.

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jlm

The mallards are just thick on parts of the Sauk that are not frozen. Fun to watch this time of year!

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