Goose, Goose, Duck?


A stranger in our midst- is it duck or goose? 


Recent visitors to our pond- probably looking for higher ground. 



72 comments:

  1. Excellent captures.

    I don't think the geese mind the stranger.

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  2. Love this, made me smile!!!!!

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  3. sweet little interloper. i'm guessing duck? great deer visitors, too!

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  4. Looks like a duck to me.To small for a goose. Love your ecent visitors.

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  5. it looks like a duck, but sure is BIG to be a duck... poor sweet critters and all this flooding and their food supply.

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  6. Just another member of the gang. :-)

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  7. Nice pictures, especially of the elusive deer. I think it's a duck!

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  8. Great captures at your pond! I love the duck with the geese and the pretty deer. I hope the flood water are receding now. Enjoy your day!

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  9. That's called standing out in a crowd. haha.

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  10. They must be happy together, ( the geese and ducks) and deer right there, hope they stay high and dry.

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  11. My eyesight is not the best, but my guess is that it is a duck.
    Nice pictures! Thanks for sharing.

    Have a great weekend.
    ~K.

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  12. He thinks he's a goose! Great visitors at your pond.

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  13. Fowl...close enough! =D

    Beautiful to see the deer enjoying your pond. You must see a lot of wildlife! Don't weed until you get a scuffle hoe. It will knock your time so far down you'll be amazed.

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  14. Superb photos, and the one in middle is a duck. I love the Deer.

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  15. What beautiful captures at your pond. Love the visitors and the sweet duck joining in for a swim. Love your photos.
    CM

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  16. The geese and duck photo is so well taken. It really is an amazing shot. Beautiful

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  17. Maybe that duck thinks he's a goose! :)

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  18. Beautiful captures. The deer are so pretty.

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  19. Sweetie, these are gorgeous! Love your visitors! (Had to do it, lol.)

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  20. NICE shots it looks like you have lots of eye candy:) Love the deer. Hug B

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  21. Wonderful photos - The deer are beautiful, and I like the Duck/Goose? among the Honkers!

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  22. I wonder if he feels like the ugly duckling just because he's different! Probably not! lol Love the deer! Hugs, Diane

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  23. Great captures. So glad you found the Deer to add to the Letter D post. Mine post is up too. Come visit.
    Have a great Friday.

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  24. If it's wild it's a goose. If it's tame it's likely a duck.

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  25. Looks like a duck and a buck. I think that's antlers. We see does around the pond but never a buck.

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  26. It looks more like a duck than a goose.

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  27. Terri, These are such sweet pictures. Have a nice upcoming weekend.

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  28. Great reflection with that doe!

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  29. The neck looks duckish but maybe it's just pulled in.

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  30. How nice to visit you, Terri




    ALOHA from Honolulu,
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^=


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  31. It's a feathered friend, whatever it is! Love the dear, too!

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  32. Beautiful capturing of birds and animals...

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  33. The post title is great!!! As are the photos you share today. I love the soft, muted reflection of the deer in the water!!!

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  34. Hi Terri, Neat critter photos! Thanks for sharing!

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  35. Looks like a great place to visit. It does look odd to have a duck with the geese.

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  36. Beautiful photos. Both scenes look so calm and peaceful.

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  37. I think it's a duck. I'd love to have a pond with visitors!

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  38. Good for the duck not caring if it may be out of place. :-)
    The View from the Top of the Ladder

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  39. LOL at title and first photo!

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  40. Your last photo has me wanting to see some deer -- beautiful animals!
    Blessings, Aimee

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  41. Gotta be a duck. Looks like my three. A lot of six of them, little babies, dropped off by someone who didn't want them anymore. Three left after five years. They like to take naps next to my hammock.

    Enjoyed the visit.

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  42. Hello Terri, my original comment is up above. I just wanted to stop by and say thank you so much for linking up and sharing your critter post. Have a happy weekend!

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  43. Love your play o words from the childhood game!
    Great shot of the buck!

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  44. There is lots going on at your pond.

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  45. Could it be a doose? Or a guck?

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  46. A new member in the goose gang?
    You have wonderful visitors!

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  47. Deer looking for higher ground is good, but a cool drink is excellent! Glad you're still as busy as every with your camera.

    Blessings and Bear hugs!

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  48. I think it's what we in Britain call a "farmyard duck of dubious parentage".

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  49. hehehehe, i nener know, unless it's so obvious!!! the buck is gorgeous!!!

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  50. They got the game mixed up! I hope uyu aren't flooding too bad.

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  51. Both wonderful critter shots ~

    Happy Weekend to you,
    artmusedog and carol

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  52. I was here earlier this week, and you know I enjoyed your photos a lot!!! Thanks, for sharing your link this weekend at I'd Rather B Birdin'.

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  53. How wonderful to have your very own pond! Nice visitors.

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  54. I do like that odd one out! I think I know how it feels sometimes!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  55. Cute geese/duck photo, and I love the deer!

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  56. How funny the duck is swimming with all those geese! :)

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  57. These are both great images. I do hope you aren't flooding too badly now.

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  58. what fun visitors!! i bet you have a busy place there often. never a dull moment. ( :

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  59. The pond is lovely, as are the critters it attracts.

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  60. I thought domestic goose, but it could be a duck too.. Thank you for your comments..I really appreciate it.. Michelle

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  61. What a darling post!

    Brought back some fun memories of duck, duck, goose.

    Thanks for linking to the letter D.

    A+

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