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Why thousands of geese and swans flock to Eastern North Carolina | Our State

Every winter, more than 100,000 snow geese and tundra swans fly south, and end up at the Pocosin Lakes National Wildlife Refuge. Why there? Our State’s Jeremy Markovich talks with writer, speaker, and television host Tom Earnhardt about one of the most impressive birding shows on the East Coast.

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– From the January 2021 issue of Our State magazine: One writer’s journey to the Pocosin Lakes National Wildlife Refuge: https://www.ourstate.com/a-pungo-homecoming/

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