Geese most commonly make a sound that sounds like a honk or hink depending on whether or not the call is coming from a male or female goose. They can be found throughout North America, especially Canada and the United St... More »

Some Canada geese spend their winter in the southern United States or Mexico, while others are permanent residents of golf courses and parks in the United States. Many Canada geese do not fly as far south as they once di... More »

Canada geese lay eggs once per year during their breeding season, which is typically between April and May but can last until June if they live in colder climates. A female goose will lay between two and 10 eggs during t... More »

Geese honk while in flight to enable communication and encourage the flock to maintain a "V" formation. Goose teamwork is imperative in preserving the "V" formation, which is most aerodynamic for the flock. More »

The sound of a frog is known as a call and is often described as a "ribbet" or a croak. These calls differ widely between the many frog species, but they will usually fall into one of two categories: advertisement calls... More »

The highest flying bird is the bar-headed goose, which can reach heights of around 21,120 feet. However, these geese typically travel at lower heights for most of their flight. More »

A baby or young goose is called a gosling. The name "gosling" applies to all baby geese, regardless of their gender or the type of goose from which they come. The name no longer applies once they have flight feathers. More »