As you may be aware, the spring migration of light geese (Snow and Ross’s Geese) is underway Nebraska, as is the Light Goose Conservation Order hunting period.
But, as with a number of things in nature like migratory game birds, something strange has occurred amid the flocks of wild snow geese, according to hunters. A mythical, winged creature has emerged – a genetic mutation, if you will. It was spotted just recently in extreme southern Nebraska hopping around a decoy spread. The creature appears to be part snow goose and part kangaroo!
The hunters who witnessed seeing this anomaly of nature marveled over it, and are referring to it as the kangaroose. One of them snapped a quick pic of it before it bounded off! If you’ll be out and about amid the spring migration of birds in Nebraska, keep a watchful eye out for the kangaroose! This Friday Funny has been brought to you by none other than the ‘crazy outdoor guy’ — Greg Wagner!