A few feathered friends thrive at NGC Park. Every spring new babies are born and now this large pond is the home to a variety of ducks and geese, most notably the Canadian Geese. They hiss like a snake at the others when you feed them and look right at you like you might try to cook them. They dominate the pond and the little quackers give them a wide berth when there is food involved. Speaking of snakes one of the other visitors to NGC park brought his boa constrictor the other day. It had to be at least 20 feet long and easily as thick as his owners mid-section. His snakes name is Jeana. I did not have my camera, a gross over sight on my part or they'd be posted. I wonder if Jeanna likes Canadian Goose?