Tuesday, July 17, 2012

7/18 Outdoor Wednesday # 184

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When I was out yesterday I had to slow to let these guys cross the road. Of course I had to stop and take some pictures to share with you!

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25 comments:

  1. I love Canada Geese. I think they are so beautiful...a bit messy, but beautiful!

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  2. I am showing you my front border even though it is not as glorious as previous years! Thanks Susan for hosting!

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  3. Oh that's so many, it is nice when wildlife can roam around domesticated properties and not driven away. I also wonder why geese form a straight line when going somewhere!

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  4. I do love to see Canada geese, but boy do they make a mess in the yard if there are lots of them.
    Thanks for sharing your geese photos and for hosting.
    Babs

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  5. I almost posted some more ducks and geese and decided to wait since I posted some last week.

    Great captures.

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  6. Canada Geese, they can be a problem eating the grass if the flocks are too big I have heard but lovely to see.

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  7. Such lovely shots.
    This is my first entry. Thank you for hosting this great place.

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  8. beautiful pics! so many goose or ducks? :)

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  9. Love Canadian Geese...reminds me of my youth in Colorado---geese everywhere!!!

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  10. I love Canadian Geese, there is a group of them that stays at the pond in town, at the park where I go to walk. Sometimes they fly over my house and I love to hear the sounds they make.

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  11. This is my first time linking up here. Thanks for hosting & sharing you Canada Geese :)

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  12. Great shots!

    Thanks for hosting,

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  13. Great post. Wonderful series of photos!

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  14. I know in some areas, Canadian geese have become a problem, but I still think they are great to see. Thanks for hosting today.

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  15. I have a picture of geese stopping traffic as they simple walk out in front of the cars! They are lovely birds! Nice shots!

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  16. Hi Susan: Thank you for hosting the party today. Years ago, I was out riding my horse on a wooded trail, and we went a round a corner where there was a lake, and we saw hundreds of geese out on this lake in the middle of nowhere. They were just hanging out! It was a fun experience, and your photos reminded me of that fun day.

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  17. love beautiful Canadian Geese..
    DO NOT love their messy droppings..
    hugs..
    Loui♥

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  18. we have so many geese but I enjoy seeing them, thanks for hosting and always enjoy your photos.

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  19. Love to watch the geese, especially when they have a row of new chicks following. Don't like so much trying to walk where they have been.

    Yael from Home Garden Diggers

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  20. I wish these were pop-in pictures! Beautiful!

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  21. Love watching geese. Went on a road trip up island and down again this week and added a few of my favourite blossoms.
    Rob

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