everyday ordinary beauty surrounds us
In the parks of Pickering the goose poop is beginning to become a mess. In a few more weeks the geese lose their flying feathers and become grounded. Many of them will be rounded up and trucked up north.
Andy: Lucky you! There seems to be far fewer than normal numbers of geese in burlington this year.
Oh what a delightful post!! I can almost hear them calling each other.Baby Herons and a Tern Chick is my Saturday post.Do come over and say howdy if you can find time in your day!! Your visit will make me a happy camper!!! Have a great weekend.
Charming pics! So, all I need in my lawn are a few of these fellows...
Our neighbourhood rabbit is trying to eat all my dandelions, but it's a big job for one young rabbit. Maybe I should grab a few geese to do the job right!Super photos!— KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
I thought you were going to sat, "Mmm, good to eat!"
Good post!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
nice shotsMy Entry For Camera Critters
Ok,now that you mentioned it, I wonder why I've never seen them here yet.Usually,by this time of the year, they are already taking their afternoon walk along Detroit River.Camera Critters
Beautiful critter shots!Late visiting for CC, hope you can take a peek at my Camera Critters too. Thanks!
oh, so they eat flowers, too!:pterrific shots.
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