Resting Geese | East Wenatchee, WA | March 2019
The cold never hit hard this winter, and snow came late (February). Many flocks of Canada geese, mildly confused, chose to hang out here rather than sojourn south. They managed to adjust to frosty conditions, as we all did — waddling over icy patches, basking in sporadic sun, eating when not hungry. I’m guessing the geese have learned their lesson and next winter will head south, if only for a change of scenery. Us, too.
[This week’s posts feature photos from the last days of winter in central Washington State.]