Air Traffic

Lately there has been a notable increase in air traffic. Waves upon waves of Canadian Geese fly back and forth from Lake Ontario to the crop fields north of Wellington at least twice daily. I'm not talking hundreds, I mean thousands!

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faye said…
WOW ...
Can't imagine looking up and seeing so many at one time...
Crafty Gardener said…
I love hearing the flocks of honking geese go over, and yes, there has been lots of them lately. :)
dancing in the skies. too cool. neat shots. ( :
Roban said…
I've never seen this many Canadian Geese at once. We have much smaller groups fly through here. I love watching them en route. It's neat how they take turns leading....
You captured some really wonderful flight formations. Must be really cool to witness that many birds at one time. Thousands must be quite a spectacle.
Red said…
It's quite astounding the number of geese in these flocks. I like the way you show the flocks being larger and larger.
Hilary said…
Like feathered contrails. ;)
Stephanie said…
Cool on the flock patterns.
amanda said…
All my life as we watched them fly overhead season after season, I was in awe of their flight, their formation, their teamwork, and distance traveled. Nice capture!
When I see this traffic up there, I am always moved by it. The order, the purpose of the journey, desperation to come from A to B, the mystery about it, is indeed very touching. Lovely blog.
ladyfi said…
What wonderful shots - the lines the geese form are lovely.
Lisa Gordon said…
My goodness, I've never seen so many geese in one place, Daniel! Fantastic captures, and I'll bet they sound wonderful as they are flying overhead.
Gillian Olson said…
I don't think I have ever seen formations this large before. Thanks for sharing.
bettyl said…
Wow! What an awesome thing to witness! Great shots.
EG CameraGirl said…
Yep, the Canada geese are on the move. Soon they will fly north, once the ice melts on ponds and lakes. It is going to melt this year, right?
Shey said…
Wow! That's an awesome sight to see!
Nancy Claeys said…
Love the first one Daniel -- only you were in a dangerous location. Lol. :)
Leena said…
These are splendid views but too early here. We will have a late spring as we say, snow is just same no idea of melting,only snow of roofs has started a little bit :)
We are waiting for scenes like yours !
How cool! I remember as a child when we lived up in the Northeast, I would frequently sees birds flocking like this in formation, but here in Atlanta, I rarely, if ever see it. The most we see is maybe 10-15 Canadian Geese flying in formation every once in awhile. When I hear the quacking I immediately look up to see if I can spot them, but with all our trees, if they are not directly overhead, I miss them.

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