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Discussion in 'Waterfowl Hunting' started by HuntressOfLight, Jan 16, 2020.
I have never seen this documentary movie, Winged Migration, and have now decided to watch it.
That has a nice ring to it.
Well, Lord Bowfinger, I am happy that you are pleased with me. I was not pleased with that movie, though. It was not what I was looking for and made me extremely sleepy.
Regardless, I did enjoy the wave action, and it did contain some interesting waterfowl behavior. I particularly liked the colorful parrots, as well. I would prefer to find a documentary strictly pertaining to waterfowl.
Tell your wife to start calling you that an let us know how that works out!!!!!
Maybe this one, albeit from a historical perspective.
Lord Bowfinger, could you, perchance, wave your lordly archer's digit in my direction, blessing me with good fortune Tuesday morning?
I fear tis too cold for our lordship to be capable of granting your wish...
I found this one to be extremely helpful.
It's snowing in West Kentucky !
Tiny flurries are gently falling to the ground, not an abundance of them, as of yet. I have seen geese here in the past and was told they are called snow geese. Maybe they like snow, as much as I do!
1. Greater Snow Goose
2. Lesser Snow Goose
3. Ross's Goose
2010 video...Greater Snow Goose
Lesser Snow Goose
Are you high, lady?
No Sir, unless you wish to consider a sugar rush from too many peanut M&Ms, my favorite and late breakfast. I am currently in quest learning mode, attempting to locate information on the Ross's Goose, at this particular moment, in order to potentially ascertain which white geese I may have seen here, in the past and possibly future!