Friday, April 01, 2011

Eastern Ontario Snow Geese migration - Mar 29, 2011


This is pretty amazing, and had I known, I would have gone down there myself with a camera! We are on a migration route for snow geese, and Lancaster is about 20 minutes south of us. This is the St. Lawrence River. Watch carefully at 1:35 to see a mink run across the bottom of the screen!

10 comments:

  1. Anonymous10:37 am

    Oh yes, this is pretty amazing :)

    Giancarlo

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  2. I imagine that, standing there in the midst of the geese, one gets a different sense of our place in the world. Breathtaking! Thank you!

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  3. The little mink...too cute! That is amazing to watch.
    My email is debsteckly@catlover.com so if you could email me the full amount with taxes/shipping and your postal address I will send off payment to you for a signed copy. That would be great.

    Thanks Natalie.
    Deb

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  4. Wow - I would've loved to seen this in person!

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  5. Magnificent. Thanks! I put it on Facebook for my grandkids to see...and to HEAR!

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  6. An amazing scene to watch.
    I'm looking out the window at a flock of screeching cockatoos wheeling around the sky. Not quite the same as snow geese, but beautiful to watch and definitely noisy........

    Word verification.... owles, hehe

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  7. Anonymous8:51 am

    That would be something to see. Wow.

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  8. Totally enthralled! Thanks for posting this video.

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  9. Nance, if only I'd known, I would have been down there myself!! So close to our house.

    Deb, I'll get a book off to you soon. Thank you!!

    Shelley, you would have loved it.

    Claude, hope the grandkids enjoyed it.

    Claire, a flock of cockatoos would be very exciting for ME to see. And I love your verification word.

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Thank you for all your comments, which I love to read!