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Gandering the geese

May 15, 2013
Minot Daily News
Dan Rudy/MDN
A quartet of Canada geese idles along a bank of the Souris River, at the northwestern edge of the North Dakota State Fairgrounds. The migratory birds have been making their return over the past couple of months, done with their breeding and entering their summer molting period within the next few weeks. Lasting anywhere from 50 to 70 days, during the molt Canada geese tend to remain flightless and sedentary, eating and generally making a nuisance of themselves in residential areas until they can fly again.
 
 

 

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