Canada geese goslings. An important aspect of wildlife photography is to get the proper perspective. You need to be able to shoot on their level. Land of the giants overhead shots don't cut it as a rule. This isn't a problem with big critters such as bears deer of bison where at worst crouching down on one knee will usually get you the desired angle. Smaller critters like these require you get down on your belly in the wet grass and goose poop :).
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