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Sunday, May 13, 2007

High tower goose (or goose above the crowd)

I came across this Canada Goose sitting on the top of this rock column. It certainly had a great view as can be seen in the botton pic (the top pic is just a crop of the bottom box to enlarge it a lot)--the goose is in the lined box more than 80 feet above the road below.

As can be seen, this was a rather strange site. I don't recall, seeing a Canada Goose or any other goose for that matter, perched on any high place (though I once saw a Great Blue Heron perched on the tip-top of a hundred foot tall evergreen tree, looking like a Christmas ornament, in the Grand Tetons)

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