They Didn't Ask Me (dr_phil_physics) wrote,
They Didn't Ask Me

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Something's Afoot

Monday (or maybe Tuesday) morning, as I walked in from the parking lot on campus through the light fluffy snow, I noticed a couple of pile of poops on the sidewalk. It was large and greenish. Was someone walking a hay eating Great Dane? Giant Killer Rabbits? I wasn't sure.

That afternoon as I came out, I saw a Canadian goose walking around on the sidewalk and the little grassy strips between Everett Tower and Lot 61. Mystery solved.

This morning, Friday, as I pulled into a handicapped spot, I noticed a pair of geese next to the sidewalk. You can't quite tell with the shadows from the tall buildings, but it was a bright and sunny day. For a change. Still below freezing, and the geese kept on getting up and wandering around.

They were gone this afternoon.

Didn't want to disturb them, so I used the little Sony from the driver's seat of the Blazer before I went to work this morning. (Click on photo for larger.)
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Hope they don't try to nest by the building. The suckers are BIG and can be quite aggressive if challenged. Like walking near them. (grin)

Dr. Phil
Tags: photos, wildlife, wmu

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