Saturday, June 18, 2011

Saturday Snapshots - June 18th


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I was forewarned not to get too close to the little ones.
June - 2011

32 comments:

  1. What are baby geese called? Goslings? It's like they are just sunning themselves in the grass. Beautiful!

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  2. You definitely do not want to get too close to the babies. I tried to get a photo of a baby swan and the mother came hissing at me and scared me to no end. Great photo!

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  3. Great capture....they all look so cute!

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  4. Ah, yes, the little goslings...precious! Thanks for sharing.

    Here's MY SATURDAY SNAPSHOT

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  5. Great photo, thanks for sharing

    carol

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  6. We have geese in our lake...they can be scary even when they're not protecting their babies :) We made the mistake of breaking out some bread one day and were literally overtaken by geese ;) My husband had to actually pop one on its beak bc it wouldn't leave our youngest alone :) We don't try to feed them anymore...we just enjoy them from a distance :):) Great photo!

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  7. Yes the momma would have gotten you. Lovely shot.

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  8. She has a lot of babies, ten or a dozen of them? They are definitely protective.

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  9. I've always loved Canada Geese. Lovely shot.

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  10. Are they what we call Canada Geese in the UK? Lovely photo. :-)

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  11. What a great shot! The babies look so happy and relaxed. And Mom is so alert!

    Happy Saturday!
    ~ Joy @ Joysweb

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  12. They are adorable, but I am glad that you didn't get too close, because the mommas can be mean!

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  13. Adorable little group. And yeah, they bite! I had a mama goose bite my hand last year when I got close to a hatchling.

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  14. That is a lot of little ones!

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  15. Oh yes, never bother a mother and her young, no matter what species. Nice shot!

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  16. They're so cute! I agree with the not getting too close - geese can be mean.

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  17. So fuzzy and adorable. Not that much fun as adults. But still beautiful flying across the sky.

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  18. There are always Canada geese in the small lake down the hill from us. The other day we had to stop and wait on the road while a goose family strolled casually across the road. Luckily everyone watches for them. This family is really cute.

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  19. Wow, that mama goose has her hands full! Thanks for sharing that great photo!

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  20. Goslings are so cute, eh? I can't wait to see them around here. Great photo!

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  21. We've had quite a lot of bird photos on Saturday Snapshot today! Baby birds are so cute.

    Mine's a bird video today."

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  22. Hi!
    Great snapshot! Baby geese are so cute. But momma with get angry if you get too close. Have a great day!

    Sherrie
    Just Books
    http://sherriesbooks.blogspot.com/2011/06/saturday-snapshot-quote-it-saturday.html

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  23. Lovely photo! Thanks for sharing this scene.

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  24. And isn't this just cuteness?!! Thanks for sharing!

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  25. That's so funny. I love a little goose family.

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  26. Good thing you stayed back, those things can get mean!

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  27. Haven't been here in FAR too long - I love your header photo! and your blog design - so much to see and read...and of course, love your geese and goslings. (goslings, right?)

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  28. Aww How cute! Love the picture.

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  29. Look at all those cute babies!!

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