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www.reference.com/article/canadian-goose-b842132714c4ffc5

Canada geese inhabit lakes, ponds and other bodies of water throughout the continental United States and most of Canada. They are 30 to 43 inches long, weigh 6.6 to 19.8 pounds and have a wingspan of about 4 to 5.6 feet. They live up to 24 years in the wild.

www.reference.com/article/mother-goose-b7dbf5e6ca022417

Mother Goose is a collection of children's rhymes and stories that were passed down orally before being published and printed as a collection. Today, Mother Goose is famous for what are now considered nursery rhymes. Some of the most famous Mother Goose nursery rhymes i...

www.reference.com/article/cook-goose-2ad9a0f509a91a57

To prepare a roast goose, cover the goose in water and 1/4 cup of sea salt. Refrigerate overnight before draining the water and removing any innards that were included. Preheat the oven to 450 degrees Fahrenheit. Rub the inside of the goose with lemon juice, and stuff i...

www.reference.com/pets-animals/female-goose-called-7f661b58d430a109

A female goose does not have a specific name. A male goose is known as a gander, and babies are goslings. A group of geese form a flock or gaggle. A skein is a group of geese in flight; geese flying in the "V" formation are called a wedge.

www.reference.com/article/male-goose-called-2f8b368ae32e070a

A male goose is called a "gander," and multiple birds are called "geese," according to Cornell University's Lab of Ornithology. The goose species is well known in Canada where the animal originated.

www.reference.com/pets-animals/young-goose-called-ca3d0a6a30010e66

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.

www.reference.com/world-view/call-baby-goose-dd2572b8d3db13ea

A baby goose is called a gosling and is the product of a female goose and a male gander. The term "goose" refers to both genders of various ages, and "geese" is the collective term.