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  • Watching geese eat and move is like watching synchronized swimmers practicing their moves. They haven't got it quite perfectly in synch yet, but they try several at a time to get the necks up, then heads down, they move to the right, then move to the left. Then someone breaks form and they start all over again with a different group of a few to more. The only thing you have to watch out for, according to my grandsons, is the poop. "It's everywhere!"
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