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Cold, snowy days don’t bother snow geese migrating through Pennsylvania

Huge numbers of snow geese circle and feed in frozen corn stubble close to the corn stalks still standing in a Pennsylvania field. (Photo courtesy of Ron Steffe)

A fresh, fluffy snow and a single-digit morning temperature, along with a new brace aiding my worse-than-thought injured right knee, prompted a short hike from my parked truck last week to a hillside spot for a flintlock hunt during a season that remains open in my home area of Pennsylvania. 
A place along an old logging road that held numerous deer tracks was my choice to clean the ground among a tight group of poplar trees and plop my backside to the frozen earth and watch for any passing whitetails. 

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