The Canada Goose. An icon of Canada. They are a migrational goose migrating thousands of kilometres each year. Many of them return to the same breeding spot each year with the same mate to raise their new goslings the same way as they always do. They are a monogamous animal so they will stay with the same mate their whole lives.
They have been introduced to many countries outside of North America including the United Kingdom, Chile, Argentina, New Zealand, and the Falkland Islands.
The subspecies of the Canada goose were listed as:
An interesting fact about these geese is that they are the second most damaging to airplanes during flight in the United States and Canada.
In 2000 the population of Canadian Geese in the world was estimated to be between 4 and 5 million birds.
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