No Crossing Guard

“It’s better to walk alone than with a crowd going in the wrong direction.” — Gandhi marching in lockstep stops intimidating foes power in numbers *   *   * No Crossing Guard ~ Canada Geese on Ingham Hill, photo by Jan Logozzo • Haiku poem* by Mary O‘Connor © 2020 * Haiku: a Japanese poem of … More No Crossing Guard

Sentry

“At the end of the day, the goals are simple: safety and security.” — Jodi Rell When on the ground eating or resting, Canada geese typically position one or more birds near the edge of the flock as a sentry or guard. As with many other fowl or animals that live in groups and are … More Sentry

Migration

“Migration is as natural as breathing, as eating, as sleeping. It is part of life, part of nature. So we have to find a way of establishing a proper kind of scenario for modern migration to exist. And when I say ‘we,’ I mean the world. We need to find ways of making that migration … More Migration

Scavenging

“The day is gone and all its sweets are gone.” — John Keats   *   *   * Canada Geese picking over the harvested cornfield — Photo by Jan Logozzo © 2017