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Red Wing Wildlife League built this goose nest for Canada geese out of 6-inch pvc pipe and covered it with netting at the Pottery Pond. The goose will lay her eggs and the goslings sit on it until they are ready to swim but usually do not go back to the nest. FYI: Did you know… that a female goose is called a goose according to wikipedia, and the male is called a gander? Now you know. Photo by Tim Alms1 / 5
Spring is here! The robins are back having a drink at our heated birdbath. Photo by Frank Wendt2 / 5
Grillin' Minnesota style, last week at Bay Point Park. Photo by Tim Alms3 / 5
Signs of spring or a great pick-up spot - you decide. Photo by Phyllis Federbusch4 / 5
The first sunset of spring. Today the sun rose at 7:09 a.m. and will set at 7:31 p.m. Photo by Harold Poylio5 / 5

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