Geese & Gulls Reflecting On Ice

Cambridge Creek has had a few thin-ice freeze-overs this past January and February.  During those days, the visiting birds would dwindle down to just the gulls and geese.

Watching them rest, walk around, take-off, and land on the ice was interesting to watch.  Sometimes they outweighed the ice’s strength.


Canada Geese slowly but surely collapsing the ice


The shining sun melting the ice sometimes produced a mirror-effect when the lighting and time of day were just right.

Some of my favorites…..

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Canada Goose


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Great Black-backed Gull


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Canada Geese


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Ring-billed (left) and two Herring Gulls


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Canada Goose


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Canada Goose


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Great Black-backed, Ring-billed, and Herring Gulls


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Ring-billed Gull (first winter)


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Canada Geese “Quad Squad”


As always, thank you for stopping by,

and have a wonderful, reflective weekend!



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