We have year-round Canada Geese, but their population increases substantially as the winter migrants arrive, which has been going on for several weeks now.
And there’s still more of them to come!
Have you ever watched Canada Geese when they’ve begun their descent to the ground or water? Sometimes they look a bit comical!
Canada Geese landing #1
Canada Geese landing #2
Each goose thinking, “Oh boy, that space sure looks a little tight for all of us….”
“Here We Come”
“Flight, Stage Right”
Canada Geese in the sky at sunset, in chaotic form and noise, trying to figure out where to safely drop down and land
A side note–
So sorry for the sudden blog break without notice, my late comment replies, and my missed visits to your blogs. Both of our fathers have been in the hospital over the holidays. My father-in-law is back home and doing fine, thankfully.
My Dad, though, is not doing well. He was towards the end of an intense five-week chemo and radiation regimen for esophagus cancer diagnosed just weeks prior. He was admitted a couple days before Thanksgiving for being malnourished and dehydrated, and was going into sepsis, which he is still fighting. I am so worried, and am now not permitted back into the hospital to see him.
If you believe in the power of prayer, would you please say an extra one to include my Dad next time? He needs comfort and strength so much right now and the days ahead. Thank you kindly, my friends, I truly appreciate it. 🙏