Migration of Canada Geese and Associated Problems

Canada geese are birds of the geese family. But they are birds with features that distinguish them from other geese. These birds can be identified by their black heads, white 'chinstraps' and equally black necks. There are seven subspecies of this bird. They are called Canada geese because they breed in Canada. During the winter, from August to the month of November, they migrate towards the south of United States and the north of Mexico. Though they sometimes feast on little fishes and insects, they mainly feed on grasses. They can also be found eating grains and legumes. When in large numbers, they can become fearless especially to humans and also disturb other animals around them. When it

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