National Geographic : 1932 Sep
Photographs byG(eorge Shiras, 3d CANADA GEESE ON CURRITUCK SOUND When these wary birds are preening themselves and resting in quiet places, one or another of the flockwill raise itshead and look about sharply for possible approaching danger. When no shooting is permitted near the clubhouses, geese and ducks soon take advantage ofthese safety zones. When on feeding places, a flock of geese presents an animated sight as the individuals continually up-end to gather food well below the surface. The first flock is opposite the Swan's Club, and the second, to the south, near Narrows Island.