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Goose hunting

The hunting season structure for the fall goose seasons are set in early spring. Nonresident licenses are limited in number and issued through an application process and lottery drawing. The application deadline for this drawing is early July.

Shooting Hours: One-half hour before sunrise to sunset.

Canada Goose

The Canada goose season includes brants.


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Unit 1
  • Sept. 2 - Dec. 17, 2017
  • Daily Limit:
    15 - from Sept. 2-30;
    8 - from Oct. 1 - Dec. 18

  • Possession Limit: Three times the daily limit, taken according to daily limit.

  • The counties of Aurora, Beadle, Brookings, Brown, Butte, Campbell, Clark, Codington, Corson, Davison, Day, Deuel, Douglas, Edmunds, Faulk, Grant, Haakon, Hamlin, Hand, Hanson, Harding, Hutchinson, Jackson, Jerauld, Jones, Kingsbury, Lake, Lawrence, McCook, McPherson, Marshall, Meade, Mellette, Moody, Miner, Oglala Lakota, Roberts, Sanborn, Spink, Todd, Turner, Walworth, and Ziebach, that portion of Dewey County north of Bureau of Indian Affairs Road 8, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Road 9, and the section of U.S. Highway 212 east of the Bureau of Indian Affairs Road 8 junction, that portion of Potter County east of U.S. Highway 83, that portion of Sully County east of U.S. Highway 83, portions of Hyde, Buffalo, Brule, Charles Mix, and Bon Homme counties north and east of a line beginning at the Hughes-Hyde county line on State Highway 34, east  to Lees Boulevard, southeast to the State Highway 34, east 7 miles to 350th Avenue, south to Interstate 90 on 350th Avenue, south and east on State Highway 50 to Geddes, east on 285th Street to U.S. Highway 281, north on U.S. Highway 281 to the Charles Mix-Douglas county boundary, that portion of Bon Homme County north of State Highway 50, those portions of Yankton and Clay counties north of County Highway 585 (306th Street) to U.S. Highway 81, then north on U.S. Highway 81 to 303rd Street, then east on 303rd Street to 444th Avenue, then south on 444th Avenue to 305th Street, then east on Bluff Road (305th Street) to County Highway 19, south to State Highway 50 and east to the Clay/Union County line, and that portion of Perkins County west of State Highway 75 and south of State Highway 20, that portion of Lincoln County west of State Highway 17 and south of County Highway 116 (Klondike Road), and that portion of Minnehaha County north of a line beginning at the junction of the South Dakota-Minnesota state line and County Highway 122 (254th Street) west to its junction with County Highway 149 (464th Avenue), that portion west of County Highway 149 (464th Avenue) to Hartford, that portion west of County Highway 151 (463rd Avenue) to State Highway 42, that portion south of State Highway 42 to State Highway 17, and the portion west of State Highw gukjoevp. canada goose jacket mensay 17 to the Minnehaha-Lincoln county boundary.
  • From Sept. 2-30 nonresidents may not hunt in Beadle, Brookings, Hanson, Kingsbury, Lake, Lincoln, McCook, Miner, Minnehaha, Moody, Sanborn, Turner and Union counties. More information on the NR September Canada Goose season.
  • Sportsmen Against Hunger Goose Donation Program.
Unit 2
  • Nov. 6, 2017 - Feb. 18, 2018

    Daily Limit: 4

  • Possession Limit: Three times the daily limit, taken according to the daily limit.

  • Those areas not included in Unit 1 or Unit 3.
Unit 3
  • Oct. 21 - Dec. 24, 2017; Jan. 13 - 21, 2018
  • Daily Limit: 4

  • Possession Limit: Three times the daily limit, taken according to the daily limit.

  • Resident Bennett County Canada Goose Unit Info >
    Resident-only Canada goose hunting by special permit only. Click the link above for more information.

 

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White-Fronted Goose

  • Sept. 30 - Dec. 24, 2017
  • Daily Limit: 2
  • Possession Limit: Three times the daily limit

Light Goose (Fall)

Includes snows, blues, Ross', and all other geese except Canada, brants, and white-fronted geese.

  • Sept. 30, 2017 - Jan. 12, 2018
  • Daily Limit: 50
  • Possession Limit: Unlimited

Light Goose (Spring)

A Conservation Order is issued annually for a spring hunt to control an overabundance of light geese. Light geese generally migrate into the eastern one-third of South Dakota in late February to early March.

  • February 19 - May 8, 2018
  • Daily Limit: Unlimited
  • Possession Limit: Unlimited
  • Spring Light Goose Information
  • Migration Map

aUGUST GOOSE MANAGEMENT TAKE

This is a resident only August Management Take for Canada Geese for Pennington County west of the Cheyenne River only.

  • August 19-31, 2017
  • Daily Limit: 15
  • Possession Limit: Unlimited
  • August Goose Management Take Information

Youth Waterfowl

Besides the opportunity to introduce young people to waterfowl hunting during the regular seasons, a weekend is set aside for youth hunting. Also, adults may take youth as young as 10 years hunting through the Mentored Hunt program.

Nontoxic Shot

Approved nontoxic shot includes steel shot, bismuth-tin, tungsten-polymer, tungsten-matrix, and any combination of tungsten-iron-nickel-tin-copper-bismuth. Coated lead shot does not qualify as nontoxic shot. Tom Roster's Nontoxic Shot Lethality Table © 2012

Antelope Island Restrictions

The Antelope Island area* south of Pierre on Lake Sharpe has the following restrictions:

  • No waterfowl decoys or hunting blinds may be left in the area between sunset and 5 a.m.
  • No waterfowl decoys may be left unattended between 5 a.m. and sunset

*The area within the water's edge from a north-south line across Lake Sharpe through the dredged channel at the east end of Hipple Lake, downstream to the north-south line across the reservoir 100 yards east of the easternmost emergent vegetation on Antelope Island.


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Snow Goose

Chen caerulescens ORDER: ANSERIFORMES FAMILY: ANATIDAE

IUCN Conservation Status: Least Concern

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Watching huge flocks of Snow Geese swirl down from the sky, amid a cacophony of honking, is a little like standing inside a snow globe. These loud, white-and-black geese can cover the ground in a snowy blanket as they eat their way across fallow cornfields or wetlands. Among them, you might see a dark form with a white head—a color variant called the “Blue Goose.” Snow Geese have skyrocketed in numbers and are now among the most abundant waterfowl on the continent.

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  • Size & Shape

    A medium-sized goose with a hefty bill and long, thick neck. Juveniles are slightly smaller than adults in the fall, and this can be noticeable in flocks during fall and early winter.

  • Color Pattern

    The Snow Goose is a white-bodied goose with black wingtips that are barely visible on the ground but noticeable in flight. The pink bill has a dark line along it, often called a "grinning patch" or "black lips." You may also see dark morph Snow Geese, or "Blue Geese," with a white face, dark brown body, and white under the tail.

  • Behavior

    Snow Geese don’t like to travel without the company of another couple dozen geese and can form flocks of several hundred thousand. Family groups forage together on wintering grounds, digging up roots and tubers from muddy fields and marshes. In flight, they are steady on the wing with even wingbeats.

  • Habitat

    Snow Geese adapted quickly to use agricultural fields, which is one reason their populations are doing so well. During winter and migration, look for them in plowed cornfields or wetlands. Also check lakes, ponds, and marshes where they roost and bathe along shorelines and in open water. Snow Geese breed on Arctic tundra.

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  • White morph adult
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    Snow Goose

    White morph adult
    • Stocky, short-necked goose
    • Large, stubby pink bill with "grin patch"
    • Mostly bright white overall with black wing-tips
    • Pink legs
    • © Ian Davies, Amherst, Massachusetts, March 2011
  • White morph adults
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    Snow Goose

    White morph adults
    • Often seen flying in loose formations
    • Short-necked and stocky
    • White morphs distinctive in flight with bright white bodies and black wing-tips
    • © Andy Johnson, Churchill, Manitoba, Canada, May 2011
  • White morph flock
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    Snow Goose

    White morph flock
    • Often seen in huge flocks
    • Stocky and short-necked
    • Bright white overall with black wing-tips
    • © Christopher L. Wood, New York, January 2007
  • White morph adults
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    Snow Goose

    White morph adults
    • Stocky, short-necked geese
    • Bright white with black wing-tips
    • Mud and soil sometimes stain head and face with brownish color
    • Stubby, pink bill with "grin patch"
    • © Christopher L. Wood, December 2010
  • White morph juvenile
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    Snow Goose

    White morph juvenile
    • Large, stocky goose
    • Mostly white with some dusky gray patches on juveniles
    • Black wing-tips
    • "Grin patch" on bill
    • © Michael Fannon, Bombay Hook NWR, Delaware, December 2009
  • White morph juvenile
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    Snow Goose

    White morph juvenile
    • Large, stocky goose
    • Mostly white
    • Juveniles are mostly dusky gray, showing more and more bright white as they molt into adult plumage
    • Distinctive "grin patch" on bill
    • © jon, Fir Island Farms, Washington, November 2011
  • White morph immature
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    Snow Goose

    White morph immature
    • Stocky, short-necked goose
    • Bright white overall, with some dusky gray juvenile plumage remaining
    • Black wing-tips
    • Pink bill with "grin patch"
    • © Christopher L. Wood, Champaign Co., Illinois, March 2005
  • White morph immature
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    Snow Goose

    White morph immature
    • Large, stocky goose
    • Distinctive in flight with bright white body and black wing-tips
    • Juvenile white morphs show dusky gray on head and neck
    • © Christopher L. Wood, Salton Sea, California, February 2011
  • White morph flock
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    Snow Goose

    White morph flock
    • Large, stocky geese
    • Short-necked
    • Often seen in huge flocks
    • Mostly bright white, sometimes with mud/soil stains on face
    • © Christopher L. Wood, Delaware, December 2006
  • Blue morph adults in white morph flock
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    Snow Goose

    Blue morph adults in white morph flock
    • Blue morph birds are usually less numerous than white morphs
    • Often in large flocks
    • Stocky, short-necked goose
    • Stubby, pink bill
    • © Christopher L. Wood, Delaware, December 2006
  • Intermediate and white morph adults
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    Snow Goose

    Intermediate and white morph adults
    • Stocky, short-necked geese
    • White morphs show bright white body and black wing-tips in flight
    • Intermediate morphs show dark chest/upper-parts of blue morph, white belly of white morph
    • © Andy Johnson, Churchill, Manitoba, Canada, May 2011
  • White morph adult and blue morph immature
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    Snow Goose

    White morph adult and blue morph immature
    • Stocky, short-necked geese
    • White adults are bright, snowy white overall with pink bills
    • Blue juveniles are mostly dark gray with head/neck becoming paler
    • Distinctive "grin patch" on bills
    • © jon, Fir Island, Washington, April 2012
  • Blue morph adult
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    Snow Goose

    Blue morph adult
    • Stocky, short-necked goose
    • Stubby pink bill with "grin patch"
    • Blue morphs mostly dark gray overall with white heads
    • © Christopher L. Wood, Ithaca, New York, August 2009
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    Snow Goose

    Blue morph adults
    • Large, stocky, short-necked geese
    • Blue adults are slaty blue-gray overall with white heads/necks
    • Pink bills
    • © Christopher L. Wood, Minnesota, October 2004
  • Blue morph adult
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    Snow Goose

    Blue morph adult
    • Large, heavy-bodied goose
    • Short-necked, with stubby, pink bill and "grin patch"
    • Blue morphs are dark, slaty blue/gray overall with white heads
    • Pink legs
    • © Christopher L. Wood, New Hampshire, November 2004
  • Blue morph immatures
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    Snow Goose

    Blue morph immatures
    • Large, heavy-bodied goose
    • Blue morph juveniles are mostly dark gray overall
    • Grin patch on bills
    • Developing white heads and necks
    • © B.N. Singh, Chincoteague NWR, Virginia, December 2011

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    Ross's Goose

    White morph adult
    • Small, stocky goose
    • Very small, stubby pink bill with little or no "grin patch" visible
    • Daintier and shorter-necked than Snow Goose
    • © Ganesh Jayaraman, Mountain View, California, December 2009
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    Ross's Goose

    White morph adults
    • Small and stocky
    • Daintier than Snow Goose
    • Tiny, stubby bills, lacking the "grin patch" of a Snow Goose
    • © Stephen Ramirez, Texas, December 2009
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    Ross's Goose

    Blue morph adult
    • Smaller and daintier than Snow Goose
    • Smaller, stubbier bill with little or no "grin patch"
    • Blue morph of Ross's Goose is rare
    • © Stephen Parsons, Oregon, April 2011
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    Mute Swan

    Adult
    • Very large, with much longer neck than Snow Goose
    • Long, flattened orange bill with black mask at base
    • Solid white overall, with no black wing-tips
    • © Gary Tyson, Cape May, New Jersey, April 2006
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    Mute Swan

    Adults
    • © Thomas Gorman, Paulinskill NWR, New Jersey, January 2012
  • Juvenile
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    Mute Swan

    Juvenile
    • Superficially similar to juvenile Snow Goose, but much larger
    • Very long, curving neck
    • Long, sloping bill
    • Black mask at base of bill
    • © Billy and Fred, DeKorte Park, New Jersey, December 2009
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    Trumpeter Swan

    Adults
    • Huge swan, much larger than Snow Goose
    • Long, curving neck
    • Elongated, downward-sloping black bill
    • Bright, solid white overall
    • © Bill Thompson, Anchorage, Alaska, October 2010

Similar Species

Ross’s Goose looks like a miniature, small-billed version of a Snow Goose. Look carefully for them, as huge flocks of Snow Geese often contain a few Ross's Geese. Ross’s Goose has a petite rounded head and a stout, shorter bill without the dark “grinning patch.” They also have a dainty personality, carefully plucking grass rather than rooting in mud, so they lack the rusty staining you often see on Snow Goose faces. Tundra Swan, Trumpeter Swan, and Mute Swan are much larger, with longer necks, and lack the Snow Goose's black wingtips. Trumpeter Swans and Tundra Swans have dark bills and feet and Mute Swan has a bulbous orange bill. You may also see all-white domestic geese and ducks, but these typically have orange bills and feet, lack the black wing feathers, and have shape differences such as heavy bottoms and an ungainly waddle.

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Find This Bird

Look for Snow Geese in open fields and bodies of water in their wintering grounds across the United States, or passing high overhead during migration. During spring and fall migration, the geese will stop over in open habitats along the four major North American flyways. If the geese are around, they’ll be hard to miss: a cacophony of honks accompanying a huge flock either on the ground or in the air.

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goose

goose, common name for large wild and domesticated swimming birds related to the duck and the swan. Strictly speaking, the term goose is applied to the female and gander to the male. In North America the wild (or Canada) goose, Branta canadensis, is known by its honking call and by the migrating V-shaped flocks in spring and fall. Other wild geese are the brant (any species of the genus Branta, particularly B. bernicla) and the blue, snow, and white-fronted (or laughing) geese. Among the domestic geese are the popular Toulouse (or gray) goose (descended from the graylag, Anser anser, of Europe), the African goose, the Embden goose, and the Asian breeds (developed from the wild Chinese goose). Geese were raised in ancient times by the Romans and other Europeans and were sacred in Egypt 4,000 years ago. Forcible feeding is used to fatten geese and to enlarge the liver for use in making pâté de foie gras. Geese are classifed in the phylum Chordata, subphylum Vertebrata, class Aves, order Anseriformes, family Anatidae.

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goose the goose is proverbially contrasted with the swan as being the clumsier, less elegant, and less distinguished bird; it is also traditionally taken as a type of stupidity and folly.

A goose is the emblem of St Werburga, a Mercian princess and nun (d. c.700), who in her legend is said to have brought a goose back to life, St Bridget of Ireland, and St Martin of Tours.
goose-girl a girl employed to tend geese, in fairy stories the type of the peasant girl who marries a prince.
goose-step a military marching step in which the legs are not bent at the knee, especially associated with German militarism.

See also geese, golden goose, kill the goose that lays the golden eggs, Mother Gooseat mother, what's sauce for the goose, wild goose chase.

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goose / goōs/ • n. (pl. geese / gēs/ ) 1. a large waterbird (esp. the genera Anser and Branta), with a long neck, short legs, webbed feet, and a short broad bill. Generally geese are larger than ducks and have longer necks and shorter bills. ∎  the female of such a bird. ∎  the flesh of a goose as food. 2. inf. a foolish person. • v. [tr.] inf. 1. poke (someone) between the buttocks. 2. give (something) a boost; invigorate; increase: goosing up ticket sales. PHRASES: cook someone's goosesee cook. ORIGIN: Old English gōs, of Germanic origin.

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goose Widely distributed waterfowl, related to the duck and swan. Geese have blunt bills, long necks, shortish legs, webbed feet and, in the wild, a combination of grey, brown, black and white dense plumage underlaid by down. They live near fresh or brackish water and spend time on land, grazing on meadow grasses. Wild geese breed in colonies, mate for life, and build grass-and-twig, down-lined nests for 3–12 eggs. They migrate in summer, flying in skeins in V-formation. There are 14 species. Weight: 1.4–5.9kg (3–13lb). Family Anatidae.

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goose Domesticated water‐fowl, Anser anser. A 150‐g portion is a rich source of protein, iron, vitamins B2, B6, B12, and niacin; a good source of vitamin B1, copper, and zinc; contains more than 30 g of fat, of which one‐third is saturated; supplies 470 kcal (1970  kJ).

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goose. pl. geese OE. gōs, pl. gēs = MLG. gōs, (M)Du., (O)HG. gans, ON. gás :- Gmc. *ʒans- :- IE. *ĝhans-, whence also L. anser (:- *hanser), Gr. khḗn, Skr. haṃsá-, Lith. žąsis goose, OIr. géis swan.

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goose See ANATIDAE.

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