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In the spring, several Canada Geese and/or Trumpeter Swans stand on frozen ponds as a way to stake out their nesting and feeding turf for the following spring, summer and early fall until they raise their new family(s) and teach them how to fly and then join a larger flock to learn V formation and fly south again. Usually these turf-staking on ice geese ...


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