Wednesday, 27 May 2009


The news at the present is good with the whole company intact from the last update. The two groups are generally( if my observations are correct) in close proximity to each other although clearly showing two separate family's and although I am no expert on this (hells bells,,,,I am no expert on anything) I would think a difference in age of the two groups of at least a week or two. The older group appear awkward and gangling whereas the younger ones are showing the gangling symptoms to a lesser degree they do have a more vulnerable look to them.

The largest group is probably made up of a few family's and numbers ten goslings . The smaller and younger group has six. Both groups have a number of adults in attendance.
Canada Geese on the Lake yesterday numbered fifty plus.

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