Geese flying overhead : LUSENET : Country Families : One Thread

Hello all. I just walked out to get the mail and more geese than I have ever seen before flew past, going southeast. It was such an impressive sight that I couldn't come in until they had all flown by. I'm wondering where they are heading. In town we saw an occasional small flock, but never anything like this. Very interesting! I'm sure this is nothing new to some of you, but I'm sure finding the countrylife fascinating! Thanks for your time.

-- Janet in Kansas (, November 29, 2001


I just saw a huge flock flying over as well - there were hundreds of them! It was beautiful! It was more than I'd ever seen together. Wonder if it could have been the same flock?????

-- Cheryl in KS (, November 29, 2001.

They are impressive, aren't they? We get hordes of geese flying overhead around here. They get pretty noisy sometimes. On occasion, they see my ducks and come join them for awhile.

-- Lenette (, November 29, 2001.

Janet and Cheryl were do you guys live again. I saw a huge flock fly over today. It was so beautiful. I wanted to fly with them to warmth.God Bless

-- Micheale from SE Kansas (, November 29, 2001.

My 2 little dogs go berserk when geese fly overhead. It is so funny watching them try to figure our where the sound is coming from! I love to see the geese walking with their babies through the park in Spring, too.

-- Jo (, November 29, 2001.

I wonder if that's related to the lack of geese people are commenting on here in southern California. There was an article in the paper yesterday about birdwatchers noticing a drastic decrease this year here.

-- Dave (, November 29, 2001.

Micheale - I'm just south of Osawatomie, which is just south of Paola, which is south of Olathe......

-- Cheryl in KS (, November 29, 2001.

Micheale, I am east of Garnett and south of Greeley, which is south of Osawatomie, which is south of Paola......... 8^)

-- Janet in Kansas (, November 30, 2001.

They probably were headed for Cheyenne Bottoms near Great Bend. They stay there year round.

-- Barb Fischer (, November 30, 2001.

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