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www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Canada_Goose/lifehistory

The big, black-necked Canada Goose with its signature white chinstrap mark is a familiar and widespread bird of fields and parks. Thousands of “honkers” migrate north and south each year, filling the sky with long V-formations. But as lawns have proliferated, more and more of these grassland-adapted birds are staying put in urban and suburban areas year-round, where some people regard them ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canada_goose

The Canada goose (Branta canadensis) is a large wild goose species with a black head and neck, white cheeks, white under its chin, and a brown body. Native to arctic and temperate regions of North America, its migration occasionally reaches northern Europe.

www.allaboutbirds.org/the-basics-how-why-and-where-of-bird...

The Basics of Bird Migration: How, Why, and Where January 1, 2007. Canada Geese by anjoudiscus via Birdshare. Geese winging their way south in wrinkled V-shaped flocks is perhaps the classic picture of migration—the annual, large-scale movement of birds between their breeding (summer) homes and their nonbreeding (winter) grounds. ...

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The length of the winter migration has also shortened. Changes in available food also have an impact on this change in migration. More grain is available, so the Canada geese do not have such a large need for dramatic, long-term migration. There are also new hunting regulations that encourage the geese to stay in one spot for longer. When ...

birdsna.org/Species-Account/bna/species/cangoo/introduction

The Canada Goose is the most widely distributed goose in North America, and a characteristic species of the Nearctic avifauna. In North America, it breeds from eastern Labrador to western Alaska and is the only North American goose that commonly breeds south of 49°N.

www.in.gov/dnr/fishwild/2999.htm

The Canada goose (Branta canadensis) is one of the largest members of the Anatidae (waterfowl) family. Canada geese have a large degree of variation in size, travel habits, and location. The subspecies most recognized as a resident in Indiana is the Maxima or “giant” Canada goose (Branta ...

forum.americanexpedition.us/canada-goose-information-facts...

Canada Goose Information, Photos & Facts. The flight of Canada Geese overhead is one of the tell-tale signs that the seasons have changed. They remind us that the world is in a constant state of change, and we must endure and persevere to reach our destination.

abirdsdelight.com/canada-goose-nesting-habits

Facts About Canada Geese. They are also know as Canadian Geese but Canada Geese is the correct term. Both sexes look alike with the male being 10% larger. Canada Geese usually roost on the water and will sleep there taking turns to be on the lookout for predators. When a goose feels threatened it will stretch out its neck and honk loudly.

www.audubon.org/field-guide/bird/canada-goose

This big "Honker" is among our best-known waterfowl. In many regions, flights of Canada Geese passing over in V-formation -- northbound in spring, southbound in fall -- are universally recognized as signs of the changing seasons. Once considered a symbol of wilderness, this goose has adapted well to civilization, nesting around park ponds and golf courses; in a few places, it has even be...

takeflightgoosemgt.com/goosefacts.html

• Geese will appear in pairs during nesting season. A solitary goose typically indicates that a nest is in the vicinity and "he" is standing guard. • The average number of eggs in a nest is 5-6. However, there can be as many as 10-12. ... period until their migration habits take them back north for