Canada Goose

Canada Goose - Birds
The male Canada goose (gander) is almost impossible to distinguish from the female goose. Their coloration is identical. The gander usually stands taller and has a longer neck and slightly larger in body size. Their are six species of Canada geese all of which vary in size from very small to extra ordinarilly large. These birds are usually hunted in the Fall of the year for food by hunters. They are known to be prolific and multiple readily. This bird is common to the western Canadian prairies where it nests, raises its young and migrates to the south each year.
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