Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Scrounging For Food

Andy | Tuesday, March 10, 2015 | Best Blogger Tips

In the daylight hours they fly inland in search of food.

23 comments:

  1. That is difficult for them to find some food in the snow.

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  2. Beautiful shot Andy. Are this barnacle geese? They same type you can find by thousands in our big wetland the "oostvaarders plassen" . They have to do a great distance then to find them also on your part of the world.

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    1. The ones in the photo are Canada Geese.

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  3. This is beautiful! That soft blue paint....grey sky....love it!

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  4. i just adore barns/farms....perhaps the idea of a simpler life. at the shore here, flocks of geese are in the hundreds, you can barely see the ground!!!! a beautiful picture!!!!

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  5. they sure are beautiful scroungers, aren't they?

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  6. I thought most of them were spending the winter down here but, I see quite a few have decided to stay put for the winter.

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    1. There are thousands of them spending the winter here.

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  7. We have mass quantities of them as well. I like watching them decide where to land, it reminds me of Congress.

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  8. I think the geese will be a lot happier in a few more days. ;)

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  9. They should be able to find some food in that field. We still have a small flock on the pond by our house but most have left already.

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  10. I see one of them making noise among the group.

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  11. They should be our national bird, don't you think, Andy! There are so many of them everywhere.

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  12. Great capture, and the colors are beautiful!

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  13. Wow -- I love this shot. Nice composition and scenery. And, the hint of blue is so unexpected in such a stark setting.

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  14. Lovely picture. I like seeing the silo!

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  15. Nice, rural shot! Hard to imagine anything very tasty or nutritious turning up in these fields to support these big birds, but there must be something!

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    1. One would think so but they are more than likely eating something you and I would never even dream of.

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    1. Thanks Karen... but all I do is see and photograph.

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