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Postby Willpower » 21 Oct 2020, 04:37

Spectacular display for the last 3 evenings about 6pm with the geese flying over in great numbers making their way back onto the marshes.
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Re: Geese

Postby shacky » 21 Oct 2020, 11:23

Pinkfoots. They fly all day over our works at Pilling :thumb:
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Re: Geese

Postby elimark1 » 16 Feb 2021, 16:46

Canadian geese, in their iconic v-formations, can fly an astonishing 1,500 miles in just 24 hours. ... In the classic migration pattern, flocks that wintered in the southern U.S. fly north in the spring, returning to the same spots in the high and sub-Arctic to breed and nest.
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