Hi All,
 Today started with a Fox Sparrow at our home feeders.  Then, though I am 
recovering from what ever nasty virus is going around, the warm day beckoned. 
The most interesting thing I saw was a huge raft of Snow Geese that went on for 
about a half a mile on Owasco Lake where Number One Rd. feeds into 38A. It was 
impossible to capture by camera, but it was a beautiful curved raft shaped like 
an s. 

Diana Whiting




Diana Whiting
http://www.dianawhitingphotography.com/


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