Not In Our Park You Don’t!

Gladys, dear, I think these people have no bread crumbs. Oh, the calamity.
Tsk, tsk. Gabby, we can’t even harass them in our own park anymore without getting cheated. I think it’s scandalous.
Let’s give them an eye full, Gladys.
That’s the spirit, Gabby. Harrumph!

“OK – this came about from a walk in a local park, Heather Farm, in Walnut Creek, California. Anyway, they were quite disgruntled that we had no treats for them, and gave us an eye full.” -Barb P. Photo by Paul P.



  1. Merissa says:

    Our local polling place is right next to a city park, which has a lake and the accompanying ducks and geese. The geese have been known to attack people coming and going from the polls. So much for democracy.

  2. Better make sure you have an adequate supply of treats the next itme you walk in that park, Barb P. ! Otherwise I shudder to think of the consequences!

  3. yolanda says:

    Saskatchewan made a rule years ago forbidding the feeding or taming of wild animals, so there are no pigeons, squirrels, or geese trained to mooch in the park. It’s better for them, actually, but sad for us.

  4. sabrina rose says:

    When I’m walking in a park with Wild Life (!), I usually carry a small bag of cracked corn. I just scatter it away from me near the pond or river so the ducks and geese get a little snackie of something healthy that doesn’t mold or sprout. Haven’t been given the stink eye yet!

  5. Geese are one thing but Swans, they can be so nasty.

  6. The Original Jane says:

    Well somebody had to do this:

  7. poppylala says:

    “T double E double R double R double I double F double I double C-C-C.”

    +10 in nostalgiaburgers for the Charlotte’s Web hovertext.