In my Garden (well 20 feet away)

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  1. teddybard

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    Geese.:Smile:
     

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  2. John Laidler

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    Canada Goose, non-native import. Those eggs will make the mother of all omlets.
     
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    we are having chicken cant afford goose
     
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    That beats my pheasant.
     
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    awwww how lovely
     
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    How wonderful. We are animal lovers and are delighted when wild birds nest in our garden ... but never had anything like that happen. How lovely:Smile:
     
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    Get the barbie lit :Smile:
     
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    mark the eggs and take the new laid every day, she will keep on laying, hee hee
     
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