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A very angry goose, letting me know to stay away. I had no idea ducks and geese were so territorial and aggressive. LOL. Stupid birds.
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Beautifully captured !.
Thank you, my dear Berns. xx
– Scott Mitchell
Thanks Chris – I can now say that I have been screamed at by a jealous goose. My life is complete. LMAO
Geese mate for life, and are very protective and loyal! Nice shot of the warning!
Damn straight! Pamela, if I had stood there a few moments more this guy would have beat me up. LOL
VERY FANTASTIC CAPTURE…AND YOUR IRONIC COMMENT!!!
He was VERY protective and not happy with my presence. LOL
Geese would eat your children if they could open their beaks wide enough LOLOL
Ernest, this guy was screaming at me. I never saw a goose’s tongue, but this guy meant business. He wasnt about to let me anywhere near his sweet ladies. LOL
But they are sooooooo pretty!! You should have heard me, Elaine, yelling back at this fellow to shut up! LOL.
AWESOME CATCH!!! XOXOXOXOXOXO
Thanks darlin! xox
LOL Great shot though. :)
LOLYou better believe it! I took some pics like this, but nowhere near quite as good yours – of swans in this very position – but my camera has not the zoom capacity so it was taken from a long distance. I have since learned that swans have attacked people for going too close and on occasions have been known to break a bone in a body with a clip of their wings. So be careful! We need your artwork around here Scott – upping standards – mine anyways LOLLove Colleen2012
LOL – dont worry, sweetie. I am VERY careful when around predatory animals. If it was just one goose, I wouldnt have been concerned. But there were about 10 of these fellas, not to mention the 12-15 ducks who decided to join in. They were ALL screaming at me, and as the ducks advanced on me, making me back up, step by step, I decided to just get back in my car. I think there were about 6 male ducks (the ones with the red “warts” around their eyes) who basically herded me back into my car. They were not pleased with my presence. LOL
LOL. Great capture.
He wasnt happy! LOL. Thanks Judy!