First 20 swans of the year arrived Feb 27th From Feb 28 the numbers increased to a maximum of 915 swans on March 8th As of Mar 11, still well over 700 swans for viewing Other species observed during the migration: 3 Cackling Geese 5 Snow Geese ( 2 regular and 3 dark morph) 1 […]
2018 Swan Migration Information (as of Mar 10)
What’s New at AWMA: Donations
All Donations are used to feed the wildlife and maintain the property for passive public recreation and enhance wildlife habitat.
What’s New at AWMA: Tundra Swan Fall Migration
Small flocks of Tundra Swan ranging from a dozen to over 200 are stopping on the ponds on an irregular basis during November and December.
What’s New at AWMA: Waterfowl Hunting
Three hunting blinds are ready on College Line for seasonal waterfowl hunting. Please note the exclusion signage at the end of Canada Goose Way for hikers and other day users.
What’s New at AWMA: Winter Bird Feeding
Several winter bird feeders installed in front of Viewing Stand #3 as a trial to improve birding opportunities.