epa03136786 A photo made available 08 March 2012 shows a flock of snow geese, which Middle Creek Wildlife manager Jim Binder estimated to be around 30,000 strong, taking off from the Middle Creek Reservoir near Kleinfeltersville, PA, USA, on 07 March 2012. The snow geese stop at the reservoir to feed on marsh grass before continuing their migration north to their breeding grounds in the Canadian Arctic. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO
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