- Feb 01 7:44 am #90188
This was spotted on Dec 31st, 2020 in the Granville Loop park near 4th and Anderson in Vancouver. It was part of a gaggle of geese looking for grubs and other food in the grass there. What the heck is it???
Jofa wrote: ↑Feb 01 8:40 am Wow, I wasn't prepared for such a fast reply. Thanks! I'm just getting into birding with a couple of of friends in town. What a perfect, safe hobby to pursue during a pandemic!That is great that you are getting into birding! Yes, it a perfect pandemic friendly pastime where you have to be outdoors. Birding is better if you can get away from people.
Do you ever see the blue morphs around here? Are there more or less of them than white morphs in the world?
Do they typically travel with gaggles of Canada Geese? Can I use Canada Geese as a proper noun or does it always have to be the singular Canada Goose? This one seemed to stay slightly farther away from the other geese.
I'm reading and learning, it's just great to hear from experienced birders too. I'm liking this already.
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