Goose nest parked along the Bend Parkway

By Dylan J. Darling • The Bulletin Published Apr 30, 2014 at 12:01AM
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin A male Canada goose flies across Colorado Avenue Tuesday toward the nest where its partner is sitting on five eggs. The nest is next to the Bend Parkway.
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin A mother goose peeks out of a shrub while sitting in her nest next to the parkway in Bend Tuesday afternoon.
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Rob Suhre, who is the Sundance Meadows ranch manager, right, points out the location of an ow'ls nest up in the juniper tree branches at the ranch off Arnold Market Road in southeast Bend Tuesday afternoon.
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Jeff Cooney, a Bend veterinarian and co-founder of High Desert Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation, tells his team on the ground Tuesday that the owlís nest he is examining 30 feet up in a juniper tree at Sundance Meadows in southeast Bend looks good and stable. He was checking the nest to prepare for the potential return of an owlet today.
Submitted photo A great horned owlet was found at the bottom of a tree far below its familyís nest at Sundance Meadows in Bend.
Photo Courtesy High Desert Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation A great horned owl baby was found at the bottom of a tree far below its family's nest at Sundance Meadows in Bend.
Photo courtesy of Ann Thompson A nest found in a Bulletin newspaper box recently in a neighborhood near the Sisters Airport.