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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.reference.com/pets-animals/canada-geese-migrate-a0e5c2ff77610a89

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. Canada geese traditionally spend the warmer months of the year in Canada, then migrate south for the cold winter months.

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.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Canada_Goose/maps-range

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 ...

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 canadensis maxima).

news.viu.ca/viu-alumnus-tracking-migration-habits-canada-geese

Public participation is crucial for the success of the VIU Canada Goose Project. While some Canada geese in the Nanaimo area are frequent flyers others are homebodies. Stew Pearce, a VIU alumnus, has been monitoring the migration habits of Canada geese through the VIU Canada Goose Project, which he started as part of his undergraduate research.

www.ehow.co.uk/about_6391030_migration-canada-geese.html

The Canada goose often migrates seasonally in an effort to move to warmer, safer ground with more food sources. While these majestic birds are known for their V-shaped formation, not all Canada geese migrate and others do not migrate very far. Much of a goose's migration pattern is dependent on its ...

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...

forum.americanexpedition.us/canada-goose-information-facts-photos-and-artwork

Canada Geese Migration. Canada geese migrate south from their northern summer habitats for several reasons. Canada geese need open water where they can swim away from land based predators and dive for food, and if lakes and ponds freeze over in the winter, they must leave for warmer climates.