The common geese around here are the Canada Geese. I see the flocks of Sandhill Cranes in the Spring and Fall. The reintroduced Whooplng Cranes were flown through here with the ultralight and they will flock with the Sandhill Crane. The range maps don't show any redpolls coming near here. So I think that is a Chipping Sparrow. I need to work on the Sparrows. They are so similar I can't tell them apart. Luckylee I cut my message short today. Betti came in and said that they were preparing to transport the daughter-in-law back to Emory to check the shunts. They don't don't seem to be draining well. The surgeon said that she would be in the hospital 2 weeks and it has been over 2 months.