A Snow Goose (Chen caerulescens) was on Prospect Lake today. They are not uncommon in Jamaica Bay during the winter months, but don’t visit interior Brooklyn very often. Among the most abundant waterfowl on the continent, Snow Geese are often seen in huge numbers on fallow fields and wetlands.
- More of Louis's kit (he was not called Robert): "my traveling wear of country velveteen, pilot-coat, and knitted spencer" 5 hours ago
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