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 »

Canada geese spend winter months in the southern regions of North America. This includes Mexico and the southern United States. The southernmost limit of their migration is creeping northward as the climate warms. 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 »

Canada geese spend winter months in the southern regions of North America. This includes Mexico and the southern United States. The southernmost limit of their migration is creeping northward as the climate warms. More »

A group of geese can have several different names, depending on the physical location or activity of the group. These names include "flock," "gaggle" and "skein." More »

A flock of geese in flight is called a skein of geese. When they are not in flight, a flock of geese is called a gaggle. More »