The first to arrive on the scene were the Canada Geese. A flight of five came honking their way into Hole in the Wall early in April.
Since then, the group has split up. Three have been congregating at the back of the Hole, and two have taken up residency in John's back bay across from us.
We can hear them honking back and forth early in the morning. Usually they stay out in the lake, but recently a pair has been coming up to stand on our log booms and swim in our inner pool area.
I've been keeping a eye on them because I don't want troubles out at my floating garden. In the past, geese have climbed aboard to partake of my tender crops. But so far, so good.
I had to play a little joke on the male goose. Top Gun is one of our favourite movies (after all, we're pilots). One memorable line was, "Talk to me Goose." Goose was the call sign of pilot Maverick's EWO (electronics warfare officer).
We enjoy watching all of the birds and animals that visit our float cabin home. What critters have returned to your area already?
Thanks for visiting my post this week. I'm linking up with Camera Critters and Saturday's Critters. Check them out for more great animal pictures. -- Margy