This past weekend while trying to walk off some of the extra calories
consumed on our Thanksgiving meals,
I was privileged to come upon a unique sight.
|Each year when the Canada Geese migrate south|
and try to establish residence in our local duck pond,
this scenario seems to happen.
|I often hear the commotion as the Canada Geese are being|
chased off, then hear and see them as they fly low,
honking loudly as they sail over our house.
|But I often don't have time to grab my camera,|
and actually witness the scenes as I did this past weekend!
|Having chased off the Canada Geese that were near|
our side of the duck pond,
|the trumpeter swan took off to the other side to finish the job,|
|routing all the Canada Geese off "swan territory"...|
until they come back tomorrow!
Last year my neighbor, who has a deck-side view of the pond,
had told me what an interesting sight this was to witness.
At her cuing, I was pleased to capture a few extraordinary shots.
If you missed them, click HERE!
Due to the busyness of Thanksgiving activities,
I didn't visit as many blogger friends posts as usual.
Some of these bloggers have a passion and eye for bird photography,
and can be found at Stewart's "Paying Ready Attention" Photo Gallery.
Are you keeping up with my "Names of God on Rocks"?
My most recent post can be found HERE!