Yesterday, Skagit Flats, we finally found a large flock of Snow Geese where we could photograph them. Here are a couple moving to a different place in the field, the farmers plant for them this time of year to support the migration: Moving to a New Field: Does this first image appear too soft? And here is what makes them "fly". Notice the 2 Bald Eagles. I am not quite sure what caused the Eagle behavior, but it was almost as if they were sparring. Notice in the first image that one of the Eagles is flying upside-down, inverted. This is also a small sample of how many geese were in this flock. After the Eagles chased the birds into the air, we followed them to another field, where we discovered what happens when: Snow Geese Go Wild: Notice in the above image how they both have a grip on the other, pulling the feathers with their beaks. The Winner - I'm Da Man!: It is incredible when these birds do a "fly-over" which we had happen yesterday. The sound from the wings and the wind is amazing. Even more amazing, I didn't get any "goose rain" :wink: .