Locals post 'Runaway Snow Geese'


February 15, 2023

Nancy Crowell

MORE NOW THAN EVER BEFORE – It is snow geese season in the Skagit Valley. Rebecca Dzombak and Nancy Crowell have a website article that captures in words and images the complexity of human-snow geese interactions in the valley. As abundant as the birds are here means there are more reasons to question the effect a billboard at the I-5 Conway interchange will have on birds. See page 5 to access the Dzombak-Crowell article.

The history of snow geese in the Skagit Valley is a tangled and complex story of unintended consequences from human intervention. In her story, "Washington's Runaway Snow Geese," for Biographic magazine, Rebecca Dzombak offers a detailed and balanced view of the past and potential future for these winter visitors in our valley. The story is illustrated with images and video by photographer Nancy Crowell.

View it at www.biographic.com/washingtons-runaway-snow-geese


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