Thank you for sharing such a lovely picture. We are having strong wind/rain/thunder. Cats are all huddled under the bed!
Don't you love seeing a sight like that? My younger daughter's fourth grade teacher taught them about geese flying in formation by having them follow her around the classroom and having them take turns being the leader. Pretty clever and a fun way to get energy out of them.
OH, what a sight!! We hear a flock now and then in the Fall and Spring, but don't get a good look at the grandeur of that "V" very often, for we have so many trees in our yard, and by the time I make it out to the cleared areas, they've flown by. But hearing them early, early in the morning, while we're still abed and cozy---that's a feeling as old as time, I think, in the turning of the seasons.We DID used to be friends with a great huge flock of them at the first apartment house after we moved here.They came for breakfast and supper every day, with an even bigger flock of mallards that then brought their babies, etc., and we were buying 75 loaves of bread at a time at the "used bread store."Also lovely memories of when I lived down there, and the Canadas were a splendid sight to behold so far from their home.Best to you and Mr. The Bennie, and hope you're warm and well.rachel
What an amazing photo! I always get so excited when I see a flock but rarely see on this big! Hugs!
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