Oh Wow! Wow! Wpw!Is that your video?If so . . . . lucky duckie :)
It's not mine, Cathy, but I got to listen. :)
Ours haven't left yet - should be soon though. Last year at this time they were all gone. Maybe a mild winter for us this year?
Wow, that is really cool. Only little flocks here so far, but I expect the bigger ones pretty soon. They are late this year.
Chickenmom, our winter is supposed to be colder, but with less snow. Our gaggles should be gone, too.threecollie, we've had such a mild fall that they're just now leaving. Apparently there's no rush.
Over Anchorage?Aren't they flying the wrong direction?:-)gfa
But Guffaw, how do you know which way the camera operator was facing? Heh.Srsly, they're heading south. Why do you ask?
I call that a target rich environment! :-)
That's true, NFO. Plenty to choose from!
Just messin' with ya!:-Pgfa
I know. ;^)
We don't see that many geese, but sometimes we see about that many crows out in the harvested fields ;) I must say... crows are much creepier. LOL.
They are coming our way!!!Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com http://deltacountyhistoricalsociety.wordpress.com
Understood, Teresa. We have ravens here, like crows on steroids. Loud, obnoxious things, too.Linda, that pretty much applies to the Lower 48 from here, but .. yes, they're coming! :)
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