Saturday July 3rd. Getting ready for family visitors

Written by Jack van Ommen on July 3rd, 2010

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The last picture of the Geese was taken on the Fluessen between Heeg and Stavoren, last Tuesday. It took me for ever to figure out what type of Goose this is. Also called Nile Goose, this bird is not native but just like the Canada Geese spreading its wings beyond Canada, this Goose came from Africa.

 

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