Canada Geese

I saw these Canada geese at my daddy’s work, near the Fox River. It was a mommy and daddy goose with 22 babies.  Baby geese are called goslings.  We took this picture this past summer on June 5, which is my birthday!  You can see my little sister Evie in this picture (with Puppy) looking at the geese.

In the fall, I see lots of Canada geese flying around and honking.  Lots of geese like to spend the night in a field near my house.  There are two kinds of geese that live in Wisconsin: the Canada goose and the snow goose.  In Florida, the only kind of goose you might see is the Canada goose in the winter.  In Alaska, there are 6 kinds of geese: Canada goose, barnacle goose, black brant, emperor goose, greater white-fronted goose, and snow goose.  In Greenland, they have the Canada goose, pale-bellied brant, greater white-fronted goose, and snow goose.

About Raymie

Raymie is a 11 year old boy who loves animals. He is always looking around for new animals. He wants to be a zookeeper someday.
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One Response to Canada Geese

  1. Dave says:


    You should come visit the NY NJ area. I think sometimes there are more Geese than people. Today I saw two families of Canadian Geese shut down a section of Rt 1 in the town of Woodbridge, NJ. Each mother and father goose had 5 goslings each and they crossed the busy highway. Much to my amazement the drivers actually stopped and nobody was honking the their horns which is even more amazing.

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