There was an awful lot of gaggling going on in the adjacent field this evening as we took Maggie out for her final wee.
Being dark, we couldn’t see very much other than the deck lights and boats, but the noise!
The Canada geese should be migrating, but they seem to have lost their Travel Co-ordinator or something as there are still flocks of them here.
The other afternoon just as it started to get dark, we had a show of at least 100 birds flying low across the marina surface between our rank of pontoons and the one in the centre. None landed on the water, but they flew in formation, as if on some training Dam Buster Raid.
Meanwhile, the two Egyptian geese looked on in awe, then after their Canada cousins had passed, went back to munching on the grassy bank.
This is our resident pair, the picture being taken last year.
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