The Grand Fall Waterfowl Migration
Your mission, if you choose to accept, is to photograph waterfowl during their migratory journey. They can be inflight, eating, paddling, anything! This fall migration is based in North America; however, do not live in North America? No problem! We would love to see species of waterfowl from all around the world. Help WHC capture the essence of waterfowl and their migratory patterns. Are you between the ages of six and eighteen? If your photograph is selected to be displayed on our Facebook or webpage you are eligible to receive the WHC’s Spot of the Month Certificate! Sign in to join mission
The fall migration is a sure sign that the seasons are changing in North America. Ducks, Geese and Swan travel along the major flyway’s (Atlantic, Mississippi, Central and Pacific) as the availability of food and open water declines in the north. Waterfowl seek warmer climates south of Canada to fatten up and prepare for the spring migration back up north to breed and raise their young.
Lat: 61.56 Long: -97.17