4.6.12

A little extra post.


Five years ago, I made some posts about a bird in “my” park, which with the help of some blogger friends we found out to be a Bar-headed Goose, obviously the world’s highest flying bird, found at almost 11.000 m (36.000 ft), when overflying Himalaya – with a margin! She, or one of her friends, is again covering three eggs. It seems that she has to remain like this for other two or three weeks…   hopefully with a luckier result than five years ago. I will try to survey.


Another bird was already a lucky mother; some seemed to have some family planning in mind…

6 comments:

Nikon said...

I hope that everything goes well!

Studio at the Farm said...

Lovely and humorous post, Peter. What an amazing bird, to fly so high. The photos of her, or a close relative, are wonderful. I too hope she has better luck with her eggs this time. :)

French Girl in Seattle said...

Good luck, Mother Goose. Don't worry, Peter is watching over you! :-) Veronique (French Girl in Seattle)

bloody frida said...

:)

Anonymous said...

So tender...
So precious...
We all love your park!
Maria

Virginia said...

Parisian love birds? :) Keep us posted on the goings on in your park Peter. V