Residents of San Juan Capistrano, Calif., know it’s spring when the cliff swallows return to make their nests at the mission there. At Bellarmine University, we know spring has arrived when a pair of Canada geese return to build a nest on the roof over the entrance to the 2120 Building on campus. It’s a great location for birds, perched as it is between the Beargrass Creek State Nature Preserve and the Bellarmine Farm. After the geese – which we’ve affectionately named Bella and Ermine – settle in, we anxiously await the arrival of their fluffy yellow offspring. We thought you’d like to watch as well. Check back often: The babies won’t stick around long once those eggs hatch.