Scooby-Doo the mystery has been solved

Vicke Lynne41

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My goose (21 weeks) is definitely the one laying the mystery eggs as you can see in the pictures. They are no bigger than the ducks eggs and since this is the first time I actually saw her do it I am not sure over the past 2 weeks which ones she laid and with ones the ducks laid. I know for sure the Duck eggs are the ones I found by the pond. Then I started finding egg in a hole one of them dug. Now I find some near the pond, some in the hold and some in the crate. But atleast now I know for sure that both my duck and my one goose is laying.

 

Miss Lydia

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My goose (21 weeks) is definitely the one laying the mystery eggs as you can see in the pictures. They are no bigger than the ducks eggs and since this is the first time I actually saw her do it I am not sure over the past 2 weeks which ones she laid and with ones the ducks laid. I know for sure the Duck eggs are the ones I found by the pond. Then I started finding egg in a hole one of them dug. Now I find some near the pond, some in the hold and some in the crate. But atleast now I know for sure that both my duck and my one goose is laying.

What a great pic.
 

Miss Lydia

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Thank you. I learned to have alot of patience being a professional photographer. So I sat and waited to get it on film.

No wonder it look so professional.
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Next a documentary of a gosling hatching under a goose from first laying till hatch. I think that would be so cool
 
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