Friday, May 16, 2014

Spring is Busting (Hatching) Out All Over

This week, it's all about the furry and the feathered critters.  I have been too preoccupied with the condition of "the Bun" (aka Fred) to document any of my outfits.  However, I was sufficiently captivated by the appearance of the first batch of goslings that have hatched near the building I work in on campus that I had to get out the camera first thing this morning and shoot some baby pics with my little zoom lens.

Father Goose stands watch while the kids look around
 
Someday, son, you will be as big and cranky as your old man!
 
Sooooo, we're supposed to eat this green stuff???
 
 Welcome to the world little ones - Good Luck!


12 comments:

  1. They are so so so cute! You seem to have so much wildlife where you work, what a beautiful campus! Hope your lil baby is getting better.
    XXOOOOO

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  2. Beautiful photos, Shelley - aren't the babies gorgeous?
    How's Fred doing? Any luck with the meds? xxx

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  3. No change yet, but as I have to give her the meds for 14 days, and it's been hard to get a full dose into her, I didn't expect anything. Her appetite's good, and you wouldn't know she was sick except for the noises she's making and her balance problems.

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  4. They are so sweet, look at that fluffy down!
    Hope Fred starts improving really soon. xxxx

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  5. Best thoughts to Fred. These babies are adorable!

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  6. Hope Fred gets well soon. Love these goslings, they are just adorable.

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  7. Thanks for the amazing wildlife photos. Hugs & love to Fred!

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  8. How is Fred? so sorry, were you able to give his med? Love the goslings!

    Hugs

    Arianexo

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  9. Poor, dalring little Fred. I can't BEAR it when little critters are sick, it just breaks my heart. Hopefully she'll cotton on to scoffing her meds and be right as rain in no time.
    I adore, however, watching the birdlife in Spring. We cycle through a big park every day, and seeing the ducks pair up and then pop out babies the following Spring is just lovely. We have Canadian Geese-I suppose they're called that because that's where they're from-here, but they usually disappear by now, although I saw a bunch of them the other day! XXX

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  10. menny gozlins here 2 so cyut and luv all
    and duklins cute here
    Van geese luv Van weed?! no no
    hope fred mor perkins

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  11. aww too cute. Give my regards to Fred and wishes for the best of health.

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  12. Gorgeous photos of spring's goslings. We have them popping up all over in City Park. I remember your photos of the geese that you took here over a year ago!

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