Bondi Resort Blog

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Monday, April 6, 2015

They're back!

There is no question, the Canada goose is a truly magnificent and beautiful bird.

While they can and do cause problems when they congregate on beaches and public parks, it is not their fault, and yes, we do our best to discourage them from hanging out on our lawns, but we still appreciate their beauty.

They have returned to Lake of Bays. These  were resting at the mouth of the Boyne River, one of the few areas where the lake is open, and the river is flowing.  Most of the lake is still well frozen, and less than goose friendly.

They herald the change in the season, and bring with them a promise that the lake will soon be free from ice, so let us be grateful for that!

1 comment:

  1. I haven't seen them here yet, though I'm sure some heading north have passed through.