Did I miss an all-West-End pillow fight yesterday, or what is the story with all these feathers along English Bay? They stretch for maybe 200 meters, then stop for a bit, then start again for about the same distance, then stop abruptly. We had a lot of baby geese, but not THAT many, and same for herons. The closest heronry is about a kilometer and a bit away. One year I saw one eagle in trees near here, but that's a lot of damage for one or two eagles to do. The area is not strewn with carcasses, though I did find one up at the street, not all that close, and I can't tell what it is. Crow? heron? So I'm looking for the story. Pillow fight? Leftovers from a craft project? Or what birds? And why so many feathers all in one place? Gosling preening school?