I was at a protected waterway near dusk, observing multiple kinds of wildlife.
A pair of Canada geese were browsing nearby.
A car came up behind mine, shining bright lights directly on the geese, turned up its beams and began honking repeatedly, madly: clearly trying to drive the two away. I kept my eyes on the pair of geese.
They ambled across the short way to where they chose to enter the water. Approximately two feet from water launch, they both stopped.
One turned its backside so its tail was directly toward the honking car and, for the first time during my observation, deliberately waggled its tail end. The other simply looked at the honking car. After the lengthy tail waggling episode finished, the two waddled easily to the water and leisurely swam off. The car driver stopped honking, backed up and went away.
A few minutes after the human honker left, the pair popped back on the bank in an area not visible to the car entrance, and continued feeding.
One for wildlife, zero for the inappropriate (and apparently inbred) human honker; scientist/naturalist given bonus entertainment.
Which goes to prove yet again: it isn’t usually the loudest honker which makes the most memorable statement.