The Travels of Tug 44

Canada Goose

A pair of Canada Geese cruise the Hudson River in Fort Edward NY.   high-res

Another pair of Canada Geese in my back yard on the Champlain Canal. Note the male has an odd white patch on his face.   high-res

A Canada Goose in the back yard of Fort Edward's Jane McCrea House on the Hudson River. Notice the droplets of water on the feathers, this one just splashed around a bit.   high-res

Two baby Canada Geese graze by the side of the road in Fort Edward, under the watchful eyes of their parents.   high-res

Several Canada Geese taking off from the rapids on the Hudson River.   high-res

There are Canada Geese all summer in Fort Edward, but during spring and fall they accumulate in the thousands for their migration. This group numbered about 3,000.   high-res

Canada Geese are experts in close-quarters flying and they never seem to bump each other.   high-res

The Canada Goose, very protective of their family.

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