by Elisabeth Somerset-Watson
Our property is on a flight path for White Canada geese and this year we have had a gazillion of them landing for a rest and then taking off over two weeks in late April.
Here are some pics I took of them up in the sky. They are very striking with their black tipped wings. My favourite is the cropped photo with just the 4 birds.
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They are a beautiful sight. They usually land along the Beaudette on Highway 34 as a harbinger of spring.
I love to watch them flying overhead, especially on sunny days. Their wings seem to glitter and they look like strings of white lights.
very nice Snow Geese Elizabeth. For some reason I could not see the 4 bird image on the e-mail, however they do show on the CAGAC website.