I had a flock of Canada Geese on Dryden Lake this morning, sitting on a bare 
patch of black ice that looked very much like open water.  In with them were 10 
Blue Snow Geese and a single CACKLING GOOSE.  I don't often see that many Blue 
Geese without any white Snows.

While I was there 3 Redheads flew in, circled, and made a low pass by the patch 
before heading back up into the sky.  Apparently they thought it looked like 
open water too.

Kevin

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