Today, I went to visit the Charles River White Geese at their Destroyed Nesting Area and was amazed to see their home filled with a large number of Canadas, no Charles River White Geese at all.
I hunted and found a major part of the gaggle on the ice of the Charles next to the wild area east of the Grand Junction. They, then, were on the ice next to a thawed area by the land. I was not able to get photos of them in that spot, but I found photos from December 26 of them in that area that I had not passed on.
Here is the Destroyed Nesting Area loaded with Canadas.
The first shot was taken from the BU Bridge. The third shot shows the BU Bridge in the background.
Below are the Charles River White Geese just after Christmas in the area where I saw them today.
Looking at the first, distance, photo above, you can see the Grand Junction railroad track at the top of the hill beyond the Destroyed Nesting Area. The area beyond the railroad to the right drops sharply to the level of the Charles River, the area where they were today.
To the left in the photo beyond the track is a wild area next to which the Charles River White Geese were today.
Cambridge's destructive City Council is considering plans to wall off access between the Destroyed Nesting Area and the wild area with a fence. Never say "They would never stoop so low" when talking about the Cambridge City Council.
From the same day, here are a couple of photos of the Charles River White Geese in the Charles off the Destroyed Nesting Area.
This area is to the right from the area shown in the very first photo.
The last shot shows the Grand Junction Railroad Bridge at the top of the photo. In the distance is the south side of the Charles River next to Boston University.
The following is a photo from Cambridge’s propaganda “show” concerning the Charles River.
Never say "They would never stoop so low" when talking about the Cambridge City Council.