Tag Archives: Goslings

What’s good for the goose, is good for the gander.

I will fete fathers, just like mothers, so let me wish you Happy Father’s Day if it applies. Back in May, the weekend after Council Point Park so abruptly closed, I wondered if I would have fresh fodder for blog … Continue reading

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Loosey goosies

This is part two of my trip to BASF Waterfront Park last Saturday. It’s a short and sweet post about the various families of Canada Geese I saw on my morning stroll. The geese and goslings were the highlight of … Continue reading

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Mama’s munchkins.

As Mother’s Day nears, I am always happy to discover at least one pair of Canada Geese and their brand-new goslings to spotlight for Mother’s Day weekend. I’ve generally been pretty lucky to get a few shots for that special … Continue reading

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Today’s the day to honor dear old Dad.

What’s good for the goose, is good for the gander. ~ Proverb Well we honored our mothers, so it is only fair that we fête our fathers too. Since the first goslings arrived at Council Point Park in early May, … Continue reading

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Eat your peas!

About a week ago, I was down at Council Point Park one morning, and, while walking through the parking lot, a very large flock of Canada Geese were flying overhead.  Their honking, while in flight, was almost deafening.  In fact, … Continue reading

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Loosey goosies.

Thank goodness the month of May is in the rear view mirror, though June didn’t begin all that great either.  I had some computer issues at work Wednesday and Thursday thanks to Comcast (I was blacklisted at the work site … Continue reading

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Road trip!!

It’s the first long holiday weekend of 2019, and, while we are all mindful about the real reason for the Memorial Day holiday, we are also anticipating a little R&R as well. What are your plans? Are you sneaking out … Continue reading

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Steppin’ out at Heritage Park.

I had my ducks in a row Thursday morning when I left the house at 7:10 a.m.  My destination was Heritage Park because I was going duck hunting.  Oops … let me clarify that – I was going DUCKLING hunting … Continue reading

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Meet Mama and her brood.

The first glimpses of goslings at the Park come Spring is always such a joy for me.  It’s not like the later families of Canada Geese, that share the perimeter path with us walkers over the next six weeks, will … Continue reading

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Here’s a riddle for you …

Why did the chicken goose cross the road perimeter path? To get to the other side, of course, but, also to torment the walkers who must obediently wait while each goose, including goslings, takes its good ol’ sweet time goose … Continue reading

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