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Tree-top Egyptian Geese

On our walk round the University lakes this afternoon we heard the rasping honking of Egyptian geese but they were nowhere to be seen, neither on land nor on the water.  Then a passer-by pointed them out in the top a tree.  There were two of them about 10 metres above the ground.  Unlike other geese, Egyptian geese are quite at home in trees, indeed they actually nest in them.

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