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  • Kathryn 1 month ago

    Migration is such a wonder! Just saw some swans flying overhead while walking….and a winter snowstorm here! How do they do it?

  • Cecy Zeh

    @evelyn_m_k Better get going South buddy. Frozen in?

  • Lynne McDonald

    Oooh! “Sitting on the ice in the ice-rink…”

  • Kathy 1 month ago

    This group of mostly Canadian geese seem to be resting in peace and awakening to a new day. I love these birds and their communal living. They inspire my heart to find gatherings where peace and harmony exist.

  • Nancy Haugland

    Oh they look so cold. Did I also see swans in this video? Where was this shot?

  • So that’s where all the geese go when they leave Alberta Canada. Thanks for the beautiful videos. I have been enjoying them every day this year.

  • Louise Viscel Mercurio

    There is so much beauty on this Earth and we need to take better care of it. Thank you Jim for showing us that beauty every day. I followed your daily videos in 2015 and was happy when you posted them again this year. I hope to see more in 2017.

  • Evelyn Smith Boeckman

    Isn’t it wonderful how they all get along!! Peace.

  • Becky Orf 1 month ago

    As the year is coming to an end, i am counting among my blessings the ability to see your beautiful and often touching videos of our natural world every morning. Your videos have led me to notice details in nature I would have missed before. I am hoping you will decide to run these again for another year–just in case, I’ve saved many of the daily emails I’ve received every day and hope at least these will still be available to watch?? Thank you for your incredible work throughout the years and best to all who have made these possible. And a very special thanks to Jim for his life’s work and sharing it with all of us!

  • Victoria Cramer

    Snowed in today so this was perfect!

  • Linda E Smith

    Thank you Jim for all your videos and photos of wildlife..I find they help me stay centered in this insane world we live in…

  • Joan Whaley Altenbernd

    The sound of nature are so welcoming, geese, ducks, swans and one of my other favorites, robins. Thank you

  • Marilyn Williams

    Jim, as the year comes to a close I want you to thank you for giving us the opportunity to see and appreciate the beauty that is around us in nature. It has helped start or end my days wonderfully. I hope this continues in some way.

  • aude 1 year ago

    Merveilleuses bernaches pour affronter l’hiver ♡

  • Ann Snyder 1 year ago

    Magical family of geese!

  • Kathy 1 year ago

    Despite the cold ice and frigid winds, these geese seem content to rest. They endure this time in order to build up their strength for their onward journey to warmer climes. Wonderful nature scenes that make me want to be outdoors more.

  • I love this one. It looks like the scene on our lake, as it freezes up. This year it tried to freeze, but opened up again, due to the mild weather. I miss all my friends when they’re gone.

  • Janice 1 year ago

    So beautiful
    Just amazing to hear all their communication to each other and the closeup shots are just magical

  • Only 20 more days of these marvelous videos makes me sad. I look forward to them each day.

  • Anonymous 1 year ago

    Peaceful rest

  • Another wonder! Thank you.

  • Few swans in the end!

  • Cathy 1 year ago

    Your videos bring me to tears. Thank you for the beauty of nature you give us each day.

  • Wow! and I thought we had a lot of Canadian geese here in South Carolina! I am getting sad, thinking this journey will be over in just a few short weeks. Blessings!

  • reminds me of Plum Island

  • Looks like a very cold place to sleep.

  • Thank you… enjoy each and every video…

  • Helen 1 year ago

    Love the detail (as always) in this piece. And the combination of action and laziness seems to me to be the natural equivalent of an airport. You have certainly run the gamut of emotions throughout the year, from touching to comic. I don’t think I want this series to end. Thanks.

  • Karen 1 year ago

    I suppose that is a good protection, to sleep on the very thin ice. Any bigger animal that would try to get to them would fall through the ice!

  • portelli 1 year ago

    super<<< magnifique<<<merci<<<

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