The Beaver State Podcast Episode 72: Oregon is goose rich

October 15, 2021

Oregon has six species of geese that reside or pass through the state each winter, making the state fairly goose rich. Whether you’re a birder looking to get your eyes on more than 11 different subspecies or a hunter looking for opportunities, ODFW migratory bird coordinator Brandon Reishus explains goose biology, habitat preferences, migration differences and what makes parts of Oregon so good for the goose and the gander.

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