The Gathering designed by Helen Dale of Moorcroft

The Gathering designed by Helen Dale of Moorcroft. Disappear into the world of the Canada goose, as the pearl-grey underparts of their elongated bodies rise up in graceful formation with vast wings outstretched and their characteristic black heads, white cheek patches, and long black necks, over a wetland home. Complete with newly hatched goslings, nestled closely together against their mother’s goose-down warmth, this wetland scene requires close examination. In a matter of months these hatchlings will be indistinguishable from their parents and they will join their peers, delightfully depicted by Helen, diving, waddling, and nesting among reeds.