Canada Geese

Chester and I saw lots of Canada Geese on the Red River while on our walk today.  I don’t know if these are babies all grown up already or if these were non breeding birds.  It seems a little early for the babies to be all grown – but it is also strange for a flock of adult at this time of year.  I took a few pictures.  🙂

Canada Geese
Canada Geese
Canada Geese
Canada Geese
Canada Geese
Canada Geese
Canada Geese
Canada Geese
Canada Geese
Canada Geese
Canada Geese
Canada Geese
Canada Geese
Canada Geese
Canada Geese
Canada Geese
Canada Geese
Canada Geese
Canada Geese
Canada Geese
Canada Geese
Canada Geese
Canada Geese
Canada Geese
Canada Geese
Canada Geese

Sun isn’t shining yet but it’s not raining.

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2 thoughts on “Canada Geese

  1. We have some Canada geese in this area too (Virginia), who have made a small pond behind the Outback restaurant their permanent residence. I guess they decided to stay here because of the good leftover food treats? A lot of ducks live in the same area, for the same reason. 😉
    All of them can be rather loud and opinionated when they don’t get their way, that’s for sure.
    I went down there one day to take pictures of both ducks and geese, and they gave me a bad time because I didn’t bring any “snacks” with me. So…Instead of writing a nice little story about them all, I ended up writing a blog called “Duck Quack Reprimand.”

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    1. Luckily, no one feeds them in the area where we walk so I don’t have to worry about those kinds of reprimands. 🙂 People food isn’t good for them anyway.

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