|" Canadian Geese "|
I recently noticed our pond has become home to a rather large crowd of Canadian Geese. We’ve definitely had bigger crowds in previous years. I took a picture of the crowd anyway and I might not have had the correct recording media to capture all the geese that were present. There could be alternative facts at play here. There could have been a tremendous amount of geese that I didn’t see. Maybe they were on the roof of the indoor or barn but even if they weren’t seen by me they may have been lurking somewhere lending their support to the geese in the pond.
On the other hand they may have been down cleaning out the swamp behind the farm of any edible food. Or perhaps they were ravaging the countryside making themselves fat off other people’s properties. One thing is certain though; the geese I was able to photograph are definitely a drain on the peaceful pond life here at the farm. They not only squawk constantly but they seem to think they are entitled to just swoop in and make themselves at home. Their attitude seems to be I’m here so what are you going to do about it. To add to all this they poop all over the good things we have at the farm. We need to keep a constant vigil of where we step so we don’t get poop stuck in our soles.
I’d like to find a way to rid myself of these deplorable birds but I see no solution. My pussycat is no help. Ever since I bought her that new winter outfit, complete with pink hat, the pussycat is nowhere to be found. I have a hunch she’s parading around town showing it off. Oh well, might be the answer to the geese problem is to build a border wall between Canada and us. I’m sure the Canadians wouldn’t mind paying for it!
Quote for Today
Who are you going to believe me or your lying eyes?