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Friday, May 05, 2017

Back Pack Attack


Zorro said...

ha ha it

Anonymous said...

Canadian geese are protected by federal migratory bird laws, however the geese that have taken up permanent residence are no longer migratory and should be treated as the menace they are, they pollute our waters and make some of our beaches totally unusable. There should be an open hunting season on any birds that haven't gone back to Canada by April first BUT I doubt any of our politicians have the nerve to propose such a bill.

Rebel Without a Clue said...

AND, they mess up putting greens on golf courses too!

Last year in a two-week span two of my playing buddies were attacked on the course at Nutters. Funniest thing that I've ever seen!

Anonymous said...

Reminds me of when my wife attacks me if I'm late. I feel for him.

Anonymous said...

Only a wuss would run. A well placed kick, or smack down, would teach that goose to keep his distance from me.

Anonymous said...

Funny when given a picture to
view how differently people will
interpret it. I too think geese are
messy & wouldn't want to have them
in my back yard. However, I see
no need to harm one deliberately.

It appears the goose in this pic
was protecting it's mate because
the person came to close to them.
The goose to the left, who didn't
attack could possibly be nesting.

Geese are one of the rare creatures
who take a mate " for life" , making
them even more protective of each

It appears staying your distance
would be a better choice for this
person next time around.

Anonymous said...

Its not the mate that's being protested, its the nest she is sitting on.

Brian Dayton said...

Agree with 8:17. They are nasty, worthless animals. They do nothing but crap all over the place. I, too, would like to know why they are protected.