Today I took some bread and the other half and went for a walk at Chollas Lake Park, an extremely nice park that I discovered last November 11. Some pictures of the park wildlife for your enjoyment.
Canada goose lost in San Diego:
This goose had wings that look like they were broken, facing outward:
Some of the friendlier geese were nibbling at my hand even though I had given all my bread to the squirrels.
This little Muscovy Duck was chasing all the little children. I’m not sure who was having more fun, the duck or the children.
There was a guy and gal throwing bread in the air and watching the gulls swoop in to catch it. I got a great video which I’ll post tomorrow with my South Bay Power Plant implosion video.
I saw more American Coots per square inch of water than I’d ever seen before. Reminded me of Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds. There are two mallards in the picture, too, a male and a female. Can you find them?
Remember those squirrels I mentioned? Friendliest and cutest little fellas in all the world.
I found one goose that had clawed feet, something I’ve never seen before. After finding this bird, suddenly I was looking at the feet of all the geese and ducks. (Hmmm. Foot fetish?) This was the only bird with clawed, webbed feet.
The Queen of the House was not impressed.
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