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5/10 Facts about Canada Geese


  • The most familiar and widespread goose in North America, the Canada Goose can be found in all kinds of water all across the continent, from the tundra to the Gulf coast. Some populations have become resident in urban areas, and are now coming into conflict with people. This species is locally common throughout the lowlands of the state and in the wetlands and waterways, cities, and agricultural areas.
  • The Canada Goose favours aquatic plants, small aquatic animals, grass, and grains.
  • Migrating birds usually follow the same path every year. These paths are called routes or flyways. The flyways used by the Canada Goose are: The Atlantic Flyway (along the east coast of North America), the Mississippi flyway (named after the river), the Central flyway (along the Rocky Mountains) and the Pacific flyway (west of the Rockies),
  • A group of geese has many collective nouns, including “flock”, “chevron”, and “string” of geese.

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