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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
There is a photo of a Black-winged Stilt. And the Lesser Whistling Duck by Callum on our Guest Photos. New! Bobs Wildlife Youtube Channel. Keep your eyes open for "The Springtime Chick Count".

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Monday, 10 April 2017

Richardson's Canada Goose - Branta hutchinsii hutchinsii

Richardson's Canada Goose is the smaller and the short neck of the Canada Goose.

Please can you sign this petition to stop the proposed M4 over the Gwent Levels. I feel strongly about this because it is a place I visit a lot. The damage to the Gwent Levels along with Magor Marsh and the Newport Wetlands will be irreparable!


Please look at my website bobswildlife.co.uk. There is a photo of a Common Sandpiper,  and  the Mute Swan by Dave Key in the 'Guest photographer'



  This pie was created by my son, Callum, filled with, guiness, quorn meat balls, onions, potatoes, mushrooms,  sage and thyme, Yummy.


40 comments:

  1. Beautiful goose and with a curious look at us. You have a good cook at home. Regards.

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  2. Bob, very beautiful.
    The cake looks amazing.

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  3. I'd never be able to tell the difference with a standard canda goose. I'll just eat the pie.

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  4. I wish I had some of that RIGHT NOW! Speaking of Canada Geese---- Just came home from the store and there was a HUGE bunch of them grazing in a pasture about a half mile from our house.

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  5. Hi Bob, and you are not playing fair, the pie detracts from the goose, well done Callum. This is not a bird I have knowingly seen. As usual super images especially of the pie!!!. All the best, John

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  6. Love the goose - and the pie looks scrumptious. Well done Callum.

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    1. It was a mouth watering meal, love it EC.

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  7. I bet you thoroughly enjoyed that pie!

    Lovely photographs of the pie and goose.

    All the best Jan

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  8. What a lovely goose and a lovely pie, too! I bet it was delicious.

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  9. I thought at first that Canada Geese has had to pie... :)
    Lovely shots and the pie looks very delicious.

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  10. That pie looks yummy.
    Beautiful goose.

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  11. Very nice shoots Bob!love those Canadian Goose!!I dont what it is with those goose..Her at my place they are everywhere this year..Even in my spash pound for litte ducks!!

    Love that pie as well--Looks great Mmmm..you got a nice son!

    Anita

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  12. Pie pie pie! Lunch time here actually and I need to cook something, maybe I will make a pie too now that I think about it!

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  13. Hello, Bob! Love the Goose. It would be new for me. That pie looks delicious, your son must be a great cook. Have a happy day!

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  14. My first experience with a Canadian...this Southerner was on a business trip in Chicago...out for a jog I thought the geese would get out of my way. I ended up running really fast FROM them.

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    1. R Mac, big baby, ha ha ha ha....................

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  15. Hi Bob. It's a close contest as to which looks tastier - your images of the Richardson's Canada Goose or Callum's pie. Both look amazing! Best wishes - - - Richard

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  16. Canada Goose is a magnificent bird. Last weekend I saw plenty of geese returning back to Finland. Your pie looks delicious!

    Beautiful week to You!

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  17. Now that's a beautiful goose :) That pie looks yummy!

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  18. What a smashing looking/sounding pie you lucky man! The Canada's are outside my window this morning!

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  19. Who ate all the pies........ Well I think we know!!! Great set of photos Bob. Not sure whats best, the Goose or the pie though!

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  20. A very special bird. Hopefully pie is not a goose! Have a wonderful Easter time Bob;-)

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  21. Hola Bob,bonitas y bellas fotos de este Ansar y delicioso pastel de carne.Un abrazo.

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  22. Great photos. That pie looks really good.

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  23. Wow. Great. Stunning photographs. I really liked. Became hungry. Nam.

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  24. What gorgeous images of the Canada Goose, Bob! I envy how close you are able to get with that fabulous lens!

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  25. Hello Bob,
    Very nice goose. I love his little head :)

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  26. Ok yeah the Canada goose is handsome and the photos are great and all that , but the important thing is could we have some of that pie? It looks amazing.... (we are sort of slowly evolving toward vegetarian, plus fish, whatever the word for that is....).

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    1. A pescetarian is the word Sallie, cheers.

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  27. The pie looks yummy indeed adn the geese shots are great also Bob

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  28. Très belle proximité avec l'oiseau et la tourte !!! ;-)
    Céline & Philippe

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  29. Beautiful goose! Oh that Guiness pie looks and sounds so delicious! I bet it was yummy for sure!

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  30. Bob, great Geese shots! I always think they are very beautiful! Your pie looks delicious! Made my mouth water!

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  31. Beautiful images. The pie looks delicious.

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  32. We see this kind of geese here everywhere, but they are and remain beautiful. Beautiful cute eyes. Fantastic photos, Bob!
    The pie looks delicious, yummy!
    Fine Easter days!
    Greetings Maria

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    1. Ah, but do see the Richardson's Canada Geese? Maria, I am pleased you liked the pie 'yummy'.

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