Spring in the Skagit Valley

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Text and photos by Wayne Pridemore

With the beginning of spring, the time is short to view the waterfowl of Whatcom and Skagit counties. The area's snow geese and swans will soon leave on their migration north.

The region is a world renowned birding area.

The snow geese and swans have wintered in the harvested fields and make an impressive sight on the ground and in flight.

Tourists and local residents alike enjoy the rural area's backroads, searching for huge flocks of the birds. There is also an abundance of ducks, herons and eagles to be seen.

Right now there is a bonus because the daffodils are in full bloom.


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