Nov 13, 2012 — Thousands of geese are crowding the North Country's skies, lakes, and cornfields on their way south for the winter. A first-hand listen to Snow Geese massing in one Lake Champlain bay reveals a phenomenal din as the birds are constantly moving, taking off and landing, talking all the time.
They often seem to act in unison, as if they are choreographed. When they do take off they look like a white cloud. That's when the sound explodes.
Jack Downs says you can hear them from a mile away or more. And when they lift off or become agitated, it is deafening. Go to full article