Baby Time!

F/5.6, 1/320, ISO 100.

Canada Goose Goslings

What did the blanket say to the bed?

Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered!

Interesting Fact: Canada Geese eat grain from fields, graze on grass, and dabble in shallow water by tipping forward and extending their necks underwater. During much of the year they associate in large flocks, and many of these birds may be related to one another. They mate for life with very low “divorce rates,” and pairs remain together throughout the year. Geese mate “assortatively,” larger birds choosing larger mates and smaller ones choosing smaller mates; in a given pair, the male is usually larger than the female. Most Canada Geese do not breed until their fourth year; less than 10 percent breed as yearlings, and most pair bonds are unstable until birds are at least two or three years old. Extra-pair copulations have been documented. ( )


Families Are Like Fudge Mostly Sweet With A Few Nuts

Greater Yellowlegs 1

F/ 6.3, 1/1000, ISO 640.

Greater Yellowlegs

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How do baby birds learn to fly?

They wing it!

Interesting Fact: They often feed actively, running after fish or other fast-moving aquatic prey. ( )