Time for a little bit of fluff! And a walk down to the Ditch!
I took these a week or so ago. I suspect by now, my goslings are more dark than light, fluffy yellow!
Things are greening up well -- even more so than in this photo by now.
There were some beautiful birds. I never seem to get a good photo of the Red-winged blackbird but this one actually seemed to pose and the lighting was perfect!
The grackle was quite handsome, too, with the sun reflecting off his wings.
Well, here are Jim and Suzanne with their brood. (How do I know? Four babies, instead of seven!)
I first saw them on one side of the pond, chowing down.
I love how Mom sticks close!
I continued my walk, spotting a beautiful robin...
...and this little fellow, who seemed like he was just stopping for a chat!
When I got around to the other side of the pond, the geese had moved over there and were swimming near the rocks.
It seemed like a good time to get out of the water, so up we go, rock climbing!
Who knows what you'll find?
I look forward to my next visit but I'll miss seeing them as fluff balls as they grow into young adults.
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