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- Wed Sep 15, 2021 7:34 am
- Forum: Waterfowl Forum
- Topic: Geese and winter feeding
- Replies: 3
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We do the same as dorsetduckowner as well, our geese range from domestic birds to the free rangers that visit our lake in the winter and sleep on the island. They all get fed the same and do just fine.
Not the best photo, but you can just see at the top of the web the little white zig zag tension line they make from the top of the web downwards. Unique to them I believe, they also make a nest for the eggs which looks exactly like a Greek/Roman amphora. Will see if we can find one
We were waiting for HMS Albion, Argyll and Magpie to come up river on Saturday and we had this little Wheatear stopping for a fuel break on her way South and a rather splendid Wasp Spider
Reminds me of a council worker I knew that had to go and respond to a report of noisy neighbour's, crashing about at all hours in a house in Tilbury. Woman went into the house in question to be confronted by two Shetland Ponies living in the property with the family. Only in Tilbury which has a larg...
- Sun Sep 05, 2021 6:30 am
- Forum: The Dustbath
- Topic: Access to banking servides and cash
- Replies: 3
- Views: 91
Certainly will do, we have just had our Barclays, Halifax. Lloyds and Santander all close their branches locally, which leaves us with a Nationwide or Nat West which aren't open everyday and the cash machines are inside. This everyone with no options but a half hour journey by car to the nearest tow...
We have a large feral population in the South East, especially Norfolk. We currently have 21 hanging around moulting they come and go with the other geese. But this pair far too upper class to mix with them. We have these little fellas as well from who knows where. Mandarin duck and Raja Shelduck wh...
IMG_0005 (1) - Copy.JPG They are a pair of Egyptian Geese that arrived a good few years ago. This time of the year we get inundated with moulting geese and they prefer to come over the fence and spend quiet time snoozing under the apple tree. They always hop over evening time anyway and hang around...