Good afternoon Buddies.
A fleeting visit from me
Yogi, glad your car passes its MOT and you had a lovely PB day We have a park at the bottom of our road with loads of nesting swans. The geese are always trying to drive the swans offtheir nests by swimming in from both sides of the pool when there is only one swan there
Sweet, I hope you got your errands done and not working too hard. And looking after yourself(lecture over) Hope Mr Summer has recovered too
Squiggle and El, hope you are both having a good day
May be back this evening
Hi Moonie, good to have you back.
Naughty geese! I hope the swans stand their ground.
Hope to see you back later on.
Hi Yogi. Fankoo
Usually where the one pair of swans nest is on the smaller of the two pools. About a quarter of a football with a small island in the middle. When only one swan is there on the nest. The geese will swim in from one side. The swan will leave the nest to ward them off so other geese will come in from the other side. So the swan has to swim over there then. This usually goes on until the geese get tired or the other swan comes back