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By Pam Burke 

Still time to catch the action at Freezout Lake


Last updated 4/1/2021 at 11:31am

Photo courtesy Peggy Ray

Geese and swans fill the air at Freezout Lake.

It's not too late this year to catch the annual spring migration of tens of thousands waterfowl at Freezout Lake Wildlife Management Area along the Rocky Mountain Front.

Freezout Lake WMA is a 12,000-acre area with a series of lakes, including Freezout and Priest Butte lakes, and ponds that every year from about the end of the first week in March to the end of the first week in April attracts swans by the thousands and white geese by the tens of thousands on their annual migration route to the arctic tundra for summer breeding.

This year, said Dave Hagengruber, Region 4 information office...

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