It Looks Like A Giant Wall Of Death Coming Right For You. But Suddenly… Holy Cow!

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Something happened in a wildlife refuge in Missouri that will leave your jaw on the floor. No, a blizzard didn’t hit this Midwestern state, although that’s what it seems like (and wouldn’t be a surprise). The people in Mizzou were taken over by something completely different. We bet you can’t guess what.

The snow goose, otherwise known as the blue goose, is native to North America. These kinds of geese breed north of the timberline in Greenland, Canada, Alaska, and the northeastern tip of Siberia. Then, during the winters, they fly to the warm parts of North America from southwestern British Columbia through parts of the United States to Mexico.

Although these birds didn’t make up a blizzard, we have a feeling they left of lot of something behind that needs cleaned up!

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Taylor Goldblatt

After years of research, travel, and dreams, I have created this website for people like you who want to experience the things that only America can offer. My passion is to explore and share America's greatest destinations and attractions. Follow me on Twitter @USCityTraveler for additional travel tips and ideas.

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