|What is that?? A cracked windshield, maybe?|
|Even with a long lens, I couldn't do this one justice. They were probably between one and two thousand feet high.|
They are probably either white-fronted geese or snow geese. I increased the contrast in the photos above to improve visibility, so they don't look very white. But those are two of the more common species that traverse our area in large numbers each autumn.
|"Snowbirds" in the most literal sense of it: Both species migrate from the high Arctic to the Texas Gulf Coast. And some snowbird people make that long journey as well. |
Map screengrabbed from this page.
|Snow goose photo from Wikipedia.|