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Egyptian Goose

By Fred263
Thanks for your clicks, comments & votes to my previous image for which I'm most appreciative. Apologises for not voting or commenting much the last two days as I had no HW or CH due to a boiler problem & felt cold..SadSad

I hope you may like my image today of the Egyptian Goose which was taken about a week ago in Kenwood, N.London. It looked cheerful while it was feeding on grass, I presume, & gave me a friendly stare as I approached.Smile Hope the weather improves soon for outdoor photography as winter seems to be with us again.Sad

Thanks for looking & have a great day.SmileSmile


Tags: Outdoors Egyptian goose Wildlife and nature

Voters: laura1, Badgerfred, georgiepoolie and 30 more

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Comments


laura1 18 8
10 Feb 2018 5:33PM
love the eye and patch a handsome fellow

Laura
10 Feb 2018 5:40PM
Fine close up Fred, lovely eye,
Fred.
LynneJoyce Plus
13 22 101 United Kingdom
10 Feb 2018 6:30PM
Nice close up of this handsome fellow.
Maiwand 15 3 73 England
10 Feb 2018 8:04PM
Lovely bird but very very noisy Fred,GrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
Ron
Jukka Plus
10 1 Finland
10 Feb 2018 8:11PM
Excellent birding , Fred! SmileSmileSmile --- Jukka.
10 Feb 2018 8:18PM
A wonderful expression and capture, Fred.

RichardSmile
Mike_Smith Plus
14 894 2 United Kingdom
10 Feb 2018 8:34PM
Superb close up capture Fred, nice eye
10 Feb 2018 8:47PM

Quote:Lovely bird but very very noisy Fred,GrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
Ron


Thanks for that, Ron. Smile Smile I observed that too - I researched some further facts about the Egyptian geese behaviour & discovered - Both sexes are aggressively territorial towards their own species when breeding and frequently pursue intruders into the air, attacking them in aerial "dogfights". Egyptian geese have been observed attacking aerial objects such as drones that enter their habitat as well. Neighbouring pairs may even kill another's offspring for their own offsprings' survival as well as for more resources.
Irishkate 11 45 121 United Kingdom
11 Feb 2018 12:16AM
Interesting facts Fred and a great image.
Hope your boiler is fixed now ad you are cosy again.
Kate Grin
nonur 13 18 13 Turkey
11 Feb 2018 7:03AM
A great portrait, Fred.
capto Plus
10 7.0k 31 United Kingdom
11 Feb 2018 8:33AM
Excellent close shot.Smile
ivor
rhfoto 6 2
11 Feb 2018 11:04AM
Superb close-up Fred.

Ray
Chinga Plus
11 61 3 United Kingdom
11 Feb 2018 9:55PM
A lovely portrait Fred. Excellent image
Isabel GrinGrin

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