Animals Wildlife Photo: When Two Geese Make Four By Melissa Breyer Editorial Director Hunter College F.I.T., State University of New York Cornell University Melissa Breyer is Treehugger’s editorial director. She is a sustainability expert and author whose work has been published by the New York Times and National Geographic, among others. our editorial process Melissa Breyer Updated June 10, 2019 Share Twitter Pinterest Email Animals Wildlife Pets Animal Rights Endangered Species credit: Joanne Gervais Our photo of the day comes from Ontario, Canada. Visual artist Joanne Gervais calls this photo "Twins," we love how the reflection turns them into quadruplets! Joanne writes of the image: "The photo taken of a pair of Canadian geese who have been nesting in the Cataraqui Creek in Kingston, Ontario for several years. The goose on the right has the tip of his beak missing and a leg tag and is the dominant goose. Whatever it does, its partner mimics exactly." Would you like to see your nature photo featured as the TreeHugger photo of the day? Join TreeHugger’s Reader Photo Pool on Flickr and add your pictures to the group. Alternatively, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org with "photo of the day" in the subject line.