Category Archives: Goose Hunts

“…the next best choice…”

Two sizable flocks of Canada geese fed in the small pasture the previous night. An hour before, well to the west, the birds cupped their wings. A stiff east wind aided a gentle, almost mystical, descent. The geese took flight … Continue reading

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“Watching Four Canada Geese”

“Snapshot Saturday”

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I Choose to Invest the Time

Two whistling swans angled southeast. A raspy hen turkey yelped in time with the swans’ whooshing wings. In the distance, a single deer, modest in size, circled the largest cedar tree on the meadow’s north edge. No others followed on … Continue reading

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A Strange Mix of Frustration and Elation

Five Canada geese winged northwest. Silent, the black-necked grey ghosts flew in a lopsided wedge, three birds to the right, one to the left. Stroking hard and steady, the geese left little doubt as to their destination: the lily-pad flats, … Continue reading

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