I got lucky this morning and bagged my 2nd Maine snow goose in two years. The bird today was a juvenile from this past breeding season. It was mixed in with a flock of 40 or so Canada's and stood out like a sore thumb. It wasn't getting out alive! Funny thing is the last snow I shot was just down the road from this one. Guess it's my lucky spot! My buddy dropped a Canada out of the same flock that was an absolute monster. It was all of 13lbs I'd say. All in all a pretty good hunt. At one point we had 200 Canada's working the spread at once. Always exciting when you have that many birds at once! Here's a few pics. You might need to open them in a new tab to see them fully.
2012-2013 Season 4 Geese 1 Hen Mallards 3 Drake Mallard 5 Drake Woodie 4 Hen Woodie 7 Hen Common Merganser 8 Blacks 2 Ringneck 2 Hen Hooded Mergansers 2 Drake Hooded Merganser 0 drake Green Wing Teal 1 Hen Scoter
nice goose-it diffently looks like a juvenile snow--now they are saying blue geese are seperate species..your has gray..that would put it imature snow to me..great going at least someone in Maine is getting them..