Friday, December 2, 2011

don't tarry, my feathered friends.

the cold, the snow, the ice
will be descending in a trice.
fill your beaks and hurry on your way.

16 comments:

Steffe said...

The ones I that I see flew south about a month or so ago. But still no sign of winter yet.

Doug Hickok said...

Yes, I am feeling the same way this morning... eat my breakfast and then off to productivity. Hope you enjoy your weekend, even if inside at work.

Thérèse said...

They are not welcome everywhere and they tend to become non migratory.We tend to see this phenomenon around here.

Madge @ The View From Right Here said...

Love that shot... they're gathering energy to continue their flight! We have flocks that over winter and some that migrate...

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Hopefully the wetlands in their migratory fly ways have remained wetlands and they can find a warm, bountiful place to spend the winter.

Malyss said...

When I was a kid, some birds used to fly to south in winter. Now they stay here all the year long...

Cezar and Léia said...

Lunch time there! :)
Beautiful team!
Léia

Sharon Creech said...

We love to see flocks of geese . . .from a distance . . .but not gathered out in the yard where they leave mucho slop . . .

Sharon said...

I love the hear the geese fly over my house at least once a week. But, I think they are locals just switching from one park to another.

VP said...

They look so busy...

Kate said...

Animal migrations always fascinate me.

Butch said...

As long as they don't fly here they can fly where ever they wish.

Bob Crowe said...

We are under a major goose flyway from Canada to the Gulf. They seem to came here for a long time and have become a bit of a nuisance - very aggressive if people approach them. Are New England geese any more civil?

Library Jewel said...

I love how you blurred the edges, Brattcat. We have seen many Vs of geese heading south!

Rob and Mandy said...

Coming down from Canada, I suppose. They're wonderful.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

You caught them stocking up for the journey maybe Brattcat?