Each year up to 50,000 Snow Geese (Anser caerulescens) and the similar Ross Geese (Anser rossii) overwinter at the Bosque del Apache NWR near San Antonio, NM. Here they spend the days feeding on grains and grasses in the flooded marshes to fatten up and gather their energy for the long migration back to their Summer breeding grounds in northern Canada. Here a flock is at the main viewing pond off the North Loop Road near the main entrance into the refuge. In a few short weeks they will depart on the long flight north. Enjoy.