A Goose and a Gull in Flight and Where They Landed
|Today was a day of light west winds and a good day for avian life at cruising altitude.|
|This particular goose made a lot of noise in flight.|
|The goose was by him(her)self and made the flight look easy, like breezing through an exam.|
|Landing at the the cove in Inwood Hill Park did not stop the vocalizations.|
If you've heard the loud noises that geese make, then you have some idea.
|The gulls, too, looked to the westerly winds for what appeared to be gratuitous flights.|
|They were seeking food, for sure. The winds made ideal conditions for scoping out the food scene from aloft.|
No extra flapping of wings was necessary.
|The gull depicted in the flight above eventually settled on a park street lamp.|
They look so different when they bring their wings in and sit still.