Thirty feet off the ground, this pair of Canada Geese are well away from ground-based predators.
Tag: Branta canadensis
For the past three weeks, temperatures have been mostly mildly below freezing to well below. The St. Clair River has largely frozen over so open water is limited. As a result, overwintering waterfowl been compressed into small spaces. I saw in this small open water area Mute Swan, Tundra Swan, Canada Goose, Redhead, Bufflehead, and possibly another species.
This Canada Goose stood guard while the flock grazed.
This pair of wary Canada Goose allowed me to slowly approach within less than 10 meters.
Heralding the arrival of a new day, the approach of autumn, and the approach of migration, a flock of Canada Geese flies across my field of view.
A Mallard Duck cruises past two Canada geese.
I’m very fortunate to be able to capture such images during my work day.
Goslings huddle next to their protector.
A Canada Goose bugles as it passes nearby.
As its mate and a young one graze, a Canada goose stretches a wing.
On the move
On a bitter cold day, Canada geese were on the move.
Time to go, to head to better weather.