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Old Feb 10, 2010, 5:43 AM   #1
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Great capture of the subtle tones and rich detail. Also nice to see one of these Geese in their native lands.

(We have them in some of our East Tennessee lakes, but they are not native here, and often aggressively drive out the smaller native waterfowl.)
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Very nice! great detail too.
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Great capture of the subtle tones and rich detail. Also nice to see one of these Geese in their native lands.

(We have them in some of our East Tennessee lakes, but they are not native here, and often aggressively drive out the smaller native waterfowl.)

mole,

Over here you didn't see them for several years but they got help from the Canada Geese that invaded the country. The Canada Geese opened up the habitats (biotops?) and now they are very common

So we should thank the migrants

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Very nice! great detail too.

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