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Feathery flag semaphore flourishes

As part of the preening ritual, one of this Canada goose pair spread & rotated its wings in a fringe-filled flaunt. The fluid wing movements suggested any number of analogous activities, including symphony conducting, football refereeing, and naval flag signaling.

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Pointing the way to Spring

A small ‘V’ of Canada geese (Branta canadensis) shot by over the park, heading north. True or not, it’s nice to think that they’re on their way home because warmer weather is coming.

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