BurgundyMiss

Now on we don't know how many eggs -- we discovered that both goose and one of the female Muscovy ducks were "stealing" eggs laid next to them and adding them to their nests -- we're waiting for D-day to come with its load of surprises. We've never seen the jar actually mount his companions, but who knows? In any case, we thought that geese laid and reproduced in spring. Ours are teaching us differently.

Now on we don't know how many eggs -- we discovered that both goose and one of the female Muscovy ducks were "stealing" eggs laid next to them and adding them to their nests -- we're waiting for D-day to come with its load of surprises. We've never seen the jar actually mount his companions, but who knows?  In any case, we thought that geese laid and reproduced in spring.  Ours are teaching us differently.
BurgundyMiss, Oct 25, 2015

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