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Tag Archives: geese
It’s the start of another beautiful weekend and we went up on the prom to see what the situation was. This was the beach on the 22nd and 23rd of May, so just a week ago. These were taken this … Continue reading
You might remember these fuzzy pictures I took a week or so ago when walking Maggie Well, although we don’t have this many in the park just now, we do have about a dozen and this morning I noticed they … Continue reading
The other afternoon we were walking through the park, and I noticed an unusually marked goose. I took some pictures with my phone, but couldn’t see the screen due to the sun (I find this a lot), so I pointed … Continue reading
I have decided that geese are inconsiderate creatures. Lovely as they are as goslings, they poo everywhere, are greedy, and noisy! We have a ‘rather large’ flock in the park now following a successful breeding season last year when … Continue reading
We took a bag of seed down to the park this evening to feed the ducks. We’ve got wise to the geese and hide said bag in our pocket until we are out of their line of vision and can … Continue reading
After breakfast, Maggie and I went for a walk through the park. I took a bag of seed with me, knowing I’d get mugged by the geese if I wasn’t careful, so a plan was hatching in my mind as … Continue reading
and swear they listen to me! I guess people have already cottoned on that I’m a little strange in that I greet the birds, bees and other creatures with Hello Mr Blackbird/Sparrow/Wren /Robin/Bee/Butterfly etc, so to find me chatting away … Continue reading
We took some seed up to the lake again this afternoon to feed the ducks. I don’t know if it’s Maggie’s yellow jacket they recognise or us, but we’ll be walking along and suddenly ducks start coming in our direction … Continue reading
We have been wondering if Maggie’s ‘disobedience’ off lead is due to familiarity, that is she knows where she is, so doesn’t need us! Today, it has been so gloriously sunny, even if still a bit on the chilly side, … Continue reading