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Awww...Baby Goose!!!

Posted by tisha_ z7 OK (My Page) on
Mon, May 22, 06 at 9:38

I saw a baby Canadian Goose yesterday. It was SO cute and fluffy!

We were at the lake trying to find someplace to swim and we drove down to one spot and back in the trees, I saw two adult geese and a baby one! OMG I wanted to die, he was so cute!


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RE: Awww...Baby Goose!!!

I used to have geese and I loved the wheep, wheep sound they make. Mine would come running every time I'd wheep for them because they knew I had a treat for them. One even lived in the house and begged at the fridge. Baby geese sure are cuties.


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Well, we went camping this weekend and on Sunday morning, we got to see 15 baby geese! They were soooo cute! Stretching their little tiny fuzzy wings! Aww!!!


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Awwww! They really are cute!
I'm hoping to see little wood ducks on the pond pretty soon. I put up some boxes. Some years we have them and some years we don't.
Camping sounds like fun. Do you go with a group, or just you and Keith?
Is it still bakey-dry down there in OK, or have you guys gotten some rain?


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We usually go in a group. There were six tents this weekend.

It's still pretty dry down here too...and hot. We did get a tiny bit of rain last night...two inches in some places. But, it's been in the mid-high 90's for the past couple of weeks. Yuck.


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RE: Awww...Baby Goose!!!

  • Posted by fishies Ottawa z4a or 5 (My Page) on
    Wed, May 31, 06 at 20:18

Thunderstorm tonight here, folks!!! Don't you all just LOVE thunderstorms? I get all wild and wonky before thunderstorms.


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