Geese Fly South

Canada Goose

One of the most fascinating local wildlife sights in November is that of Canada Geese gathering overhead, to fly South for the Winter. I remember such geese in Britain, where they have been introduced — but not as many as you see here on North America's East Coast. When I took my dogs out for a walk this morning, there were hundreds of these large birds, flying overhead, seemingly following the Cowlitz River.

Why do birds migrate? Of course, in one sense, we know the answer. They are changing their climates. But how does an evolutionist explain why migration occurred, and how they laid the trails of travel to and from warmer climes?

The enormous flocks of flying, migrating geese are an awesome sight. They remind us of the creativity of our Creator, who has made everything so well.

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