In late February and early March each year, thousands of Snow Geese, Chen caerulescens, gather at the Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area in Pennsylvania to feed in the outlying corn fields and prepare for the long flight to their nesting grounds on the Arctic tundra in Northern part of Canada. Sometimes thousands will rise up at the same time, often as a passing Bald Eagle flys over. Find the lone Tundra Swan in this image.
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All paper and canvas Images are printed using an Epson Stylus Pro 9900 printer with archival pigment ink estimated to have a fade-resistant life of 70-100 years. In addition canvas prints on Epson Exhibition Canvas are coated with two layers of an anti-fading satin finish UV glaze. Paper prints are produced on Canson Infinty Baryta Photographique with a satin finish. It is acid-free museum grade paper created without optical brightening agents.
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