Canada Geese are often seen near beaver lodges in the early Spring. The activity of the beavers leads to earlier thawing of the ice, providing the geese with a welcome habitat and food resources. This is an example of a symbiotic relationship in nature.
-Wachusett Meadow Audubon, Princeton, MA
10 thoughts on “Stopping at the Lodge”
You captured the scene in a beautiful light, Julie. Such nice warm tones, despite the snow and ice.
Thanks! Yesterday was beautiful and 50 degrees. I took the pics in the late afternoon magic hour. Thinking of Spring!
Not too much longer! 😊
Beautiful photographs of Canada geese! It’s such a pleasure to look at them.
Spring is coming if the geese are back! Thanks for visiting!
How interesting that the activities of the beaver have a beneficial effect on other species such as the geese. As others have commented the light in these photos is particularly lovely.
Thanks so much. Beavers are beneficial, but also a bit of a trial. Their lodges change the water flow up and down stream. I visit them often in the summer evenings. Such fun to watch!
And so special too!
Very wonderful photos!
Thanks so much for visiting!