B and I took a drive up to Newburyport, MA to try a new restaurant. On the way back, just before we reached Essex, we drove by a golf course with some Canada Geese. Driven about 40 miles per hour, (in a 50 mph zone) I was focused on the person in front of me. I mentioned the Canada Geese. Then B said, "Yah, and there was a white farm goose in there, too"
White farm goose????? BAT-TURN!!!!!
I did a Bat-turn and pulled out the camera. (Screw American Express, it's the camera that I never leave home without.) Before we knew it, there were three other cars pulled over. It just goes to show, there are a lot of birders out on the road.
Um, you have some salad in your teeth.
B isn't a birder, but she knows when there is something out of the ordinary, like yesterday's Cooper's Hawk that I posted. Good bird, B, good bird.
I know that many of my friends a little further west have Snow Geese by the hundreds and thousands, but here on Cape Ann, there are not very common. Last March I got nice shots of a Snow Goose at Lanes Cove that you may want to check out.
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