Thousands of geese moving across a lake in Canada creates a deafening sound in this memorizing video that's like nature's version of Swan Lake.
Footage taken at Lake Massawippi in Ayer's Cliff in Quebec shows ten thousand snow geese taking off in simultaneous flight.
The snow goose is a rare find in Europe but the species is heavily populated in colder areas like northern Canada or Greenland, where they migrate south in the winter into warmer parts of North America.
In this captured moment some of the geese are seen resting on the crisp blue water, while others can be viewed flying above in a wave of fluttering wings gradually moving forward.
The result of their wings beating together paired with the birds' call is an enormous sound with a shape sometimes referred to as a 'snowstorm'.
Some of the geese are seen resting on the crisp blue water, while others, pictured in the background, begin their flight
As the flying geese pass over the ones sitting on the water, the lake suddenly explodes with white as they all launch into the air, pictured
Snow geese, pictured, migrate to warmer spots during the winter months and often flock in large numbers that are referred to as a 'snowstorm'
Ten thousand snow geese take off in flight off of a lake in Quebec, Canada, pictured, heading to a warmer spot for winter time
The snow geese leave the lake in Quebec, Canada, pictured, completely empty as they fly towards a more heated area