Friday, November 6, 2020

Swans and Geese in the City Lake - Pet and Hobby 10

 

Fig 01- A white swan surrounded by geese

We have noticed that many migratory birds arrive at one of our city lakes during cold seasons. Sometimes, they came as early as October.

The migratory birds may include:

- pelicans

- geese

- flamingo

- heron

I guess there are many permanent wild animals in the lake. Sure, fish of course. Others are:

- white swans

- ducks

- turtles

- etc


Fig 02- Swan and goose are swimming together

Our community quite wandering with Canadian geese population about in the last 8 years.


Fig 03- A goose is swimming alone.

Canadian geese population have been increased so much in the city. We usually see them during winter only when they migrate from frozen northern America. 


Fig 04- Flock od Canadian geese and white swans.

I believe the Canadian geese in the city lake are permanent geese. They adapt to southern America temperatures.

They are not only occupy many lakes, but also in the ponds. We saw them in many areas everywhere.

Finally, what species of migratory birds in your area or lakes? 

29 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos, at least they know how to be friendly and get along unlike the humans. Have a great weekend!

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  2. ...we have large population of geese that don't migrate anymore.

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  3. Our birds are gone south now. Shorebirds like plovers, sanderlings and sandpipers head south every year.

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      Swans and Geese in the City Lake - Pet and Hobby 10
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      Fig 01- A white swan surrounded by geese

      We have noticed that many migratory birds arrive at one of our city lakes during cold seasons. Sometimes, they came as early as October.

      The migratory birds may include:
      - pelicans
      - geese
      - flamingo
      - heron

      I guess there are many permanent wild animals in the lake. Sure, fish of course. Others are:
      - white swans
      - ducks
      - turtles
      - etc

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  4. Tanza, Many folks are tired of all the Canadian Geese around here. We're too far north to every see flamingos but we have seen them in northeastern Montana in the summer time. Stay Safe and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  5. Swans and geese together in harmony. So nice 💙

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  6. How beautiful it is that geese can live in harmony. they are an example to us humans. you had sharing beautiful pictures and here the geese are now away and goes to the south. here in the Netherlands you still see some wild ducks that always stay here.

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      Swans and Geese in the City Lake - Pet and Hobby 10
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      Fig 02- Swan and goose are swimming together

      Our community quite wandering with Canadian geese population about in the last 8 years.

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  7. Such wonderful photos! Recently, someone thought they found a black chicken in their yard. It turned out to be black pheasant that many are on the hunt for.

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  8. We've been hearing the geese lately. Looks like they are leaving us. Such beautiful pictures!

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      Swans and Geese in the City Lake - Pet and Hobby 10
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      Fig 03- A goose is swimming alone.

      Canadian geese population have been increased so much in the city. We usually see them during winter only when they migrate from frozen northern America.

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  9. They are beautiful and I love the photo of swan and goose swimming together! We have geese coming to our area, too :-)

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      Swans and Geese in the City Lake - Pet and Hobby 10
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      Fig 01- A white swan surrounded by geese

      We have noticed that many migratory birds arrive at one of our city lakes during cold seasons. Sometimes, they came as early as October.

      The migratory birds may include:
      - pelicans
      - geese
      - flamingo
      - heron

      I guess there are many permanent wild animals in the lake. Sure, fish of course. Others are:
      - white swans
      - ducks
      - turtles
      - etc

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  11. In our pond, mallard ducks and sometimes coots hibernate.

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      Swans and Geese in the City Lake - Pet and Hobby 10
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      Fig 04- Flock od Canadian geese and white swans.
      I believe the Canadian geese in the city lake are permanent geese. They adapt to southern America temperatures.

      They are not only occupy many lakes, but also in the ponds. We saw them in many areas everywhere.

      Finally, what species of migratory birds in your area or lakes?

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  13. A nice series of photos.
    It's nice to see the white swan swimming among the geese :-)
    I also see a white goose. In winter, more animals come closer.
    I wish you a nice week.
    Groreten, Helma

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  14. They are beautiful but I wonder if the geese know they are not only Canadian but hail from the northern US as well. They do seem prolific and are considered an invasive species in some parts of the world.

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      Swans and Geese in the City Lake - Pet and Hobby 10
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      Fig 01- A white swan surrounded by geese

      We have noticed that many migratory birds arrive at one of our city lakes during cold seasons. Sometimes, they came as early as October.

      The migratory birds may include:
      - pelicans
      - geese
      - flamingo
      - heron

      I guess there are many permanent wild animals in the lake. Sure, fish of course. Others are:
      - white swans
      - ducks
      - turtles
      - etc

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  15. Lovely series of photos. Good to see swans and geese together!

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      Swans and Geese in the City Lake - Pet and Hobby 10
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      Fig 02- Swan and goose are swimming together

      Our community quite wandering with Canadian geese population about in the last 8 years.

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  17. Wonderful to see the birds swimming together! Lovely photos.

    -Soma

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  18. Bien destaca entre todos. Estupendas fotos.
    Cuídate.
    Un abrazo.

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      Swans and Geese in the City Lake - Pet and Hobby 10
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      Fig 03- A goose is swimming alone.

      Canadian geese population have been increased so much in the city. We usually see them during winter only when they migrate from frozen northern America.

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