Samuel Maskell watched a flotilla of geese floating along in the Esplanade lagoon.
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Mary Ellen spent some golden-hour time this morning along the Charles in Dedham, where she spotted a man paddling in a canoe with his dog while passing a goose.
Michael Spicher spotted some geese littles taking advantage of a puddle near the Expressway and the narrow end of Fort Point Channel that splits the South End from South Boston today. Amy Deveau, who lives nearby, though, is not liking the scene:
this stresses me out. I helped escort a family of geese under 93 and stopped traffic in both directions and when we all made it to the other side I burst into tears. I hope these lil guys make it back to the channel.
Beth Gavin watched a newly expanded family of geese quickly making their way near the Black Falcon Pier today: Read more.
State Police posted photos from a rescue mission in the HOV lane on the southbound Expressway in Dorchester, where a pair of geese and their new brood found themselves trapped today. State troopers and Boston animal-control officers managed to round up the wayward birds and get them to somewhere safer.
Earlier this week, a concerned citizen, or perhaps, a concerned member of the local constabulary, filed a 311 complaint about a mean goose parking itself on the Southwest Corridor side of Boston Police headquarters in Roxbury: Read more.
The herd warily watched as the predator circled them in Moakey Park this morning. Bacon Doughnuts watched nature at work from afar.
Ryan spotted a large family on the Charles River yesterday.
A concerned citizen files a 311 request about the rotary where Old Colony Avenue meets Preble Street and Columbia Road: Read more.
Adam Balsam spotted some Atlantic brants going in for another serving of salad today on the side of Sargent's Wharf in the North End.
Copyright Adam Balsam. Posted in the Universal Hub pool on Flickr.
Welcome to Dot was forced to stop in Jamaica Plain today.
Liz the roving UHub photographer came upon a white duck having a grand old time hanging with a gaggle of geese on the Esplanade this afternoon.
A disgusted citizen files a 311 complaint about conditions in the Nashua Street Park, which runs along the Charles River behind Nashua Street: Read more.
Roving UHub photographer Mary Ellen watched a guy seeming to walk on water on the Charles River at Millennium Park today.
Roving UHub photographer Mary Ellen spotted a pair of geese and what appears to be a pair of deer, but which she reports is actually a trio, but a fawn is hidden in the grass by the Charles River.
A concerned citizen filed a 311 report about the missing geese-crossing signs that used to be posted on River Street at Knight Street: Read more.
Eileen Murphy spotted some people enjoying the beach off N Street in South Boston today.
Meanwhile, up on the Charles River, just upstream from the Arsenal Street bridge, some geese just couldn't be bothered to try out the water: Read more.
One of the geese that frequents Jamaica Pond hit the salad bar this afternoon while one of the rolling Brookline eyesores that keeps winding up at the pond just sat nearby, taking up space.
Derek Lessing watched some careful geese cross Mass Ave. at Memorial Drive in Cambridge this morning.
Steve Bercu made sure not to get in the way of this thundering herd of geese on Memorial Drive this morning.
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