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Jan 30, 2012

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Bonnie

With the intense heat here by the Hudson River in NJ, I saw the Canadian Geese turn upside down to keep cool, splashing in the water totally upside down!

ricardo s

they really need to stop showing off and pay more attention to where they are flying:

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Wow....this is surely amazing, LOL!!

drudown

In other news, oh the Honey Badger walks backwards.

Marion Ambler

I think geese will do this simply to show off or just to have fun too; we have a lot of permanent resident Canada geese here that I spend a lot of time with, but I have only seen some whiffle once. The flock had circled the pond and were coming in to land when a number of them turned over and flew upside down for a bit before turning right side up and landing in the pond. Since this has only happened once, and I have seen them hundreds of times, I believe a few were just showing off for me on this occasion because they certainly don't make a habit of it.

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