Bread. That one word turned a gaggle of waterfowl into a mob of chaos and mayhem. Some people threw what I assume was bread off the bridge and you would have thought it was the last supper for these birds. Geese were chasing ducks, geese were chasing geese, ducks were chasing ducks, and they were all fighting for a morsel. Honestly, I've seen swine eat in a more neat and orderly fashion.
Don't Copy Me
They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Apparently, this mallard really admires geese. He wanted to do whatever the goose was doing.
Goose: Maybe if I hide, this silly duck will go away.
Duck: I can do that. What's the big deal? Hey, my car keys!
Goose: *sigh* I'm surrounded by morons.
Wash and Dry
First, you start off by making sure you are completely wet.
Then comes the air dry cycle.
When I first saw this goose at a distance, I assumed he was doing the typical waterfowl one-legged stand. As I got closer, though, I noticed he was missing an entire foot. I'm guessing his one-legged stand is permanent.