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Canada goose

a large common greyish-brown North American goose, Branta canadensis, with a black neck and head and a white throat patch
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I would like to show a small park that is tucked away in Greenbank Road in Mossley Hill with these two photos of a visit with my grandson Liam, who we can see on the small bridge by the lake and later feeding the Canadian Geese.
Canadian geese have taken to attacking anyone who walks near their eggs at the University Of Warwick - sending the human population running scared.
After settling down with their brood, the swans were forced to confront and fend off Canadian geese that got a little too close for the comfort of the cygnets.
Suddenly I heard the sound of Canadian geese calling in the distance, the honking growing louder and louder.
Sterba lays out the problems: efforts to control Canadian geese flocks (and their feces) resulting in municipal unrest and attacks on public officials; a resurgence of coyotes now suspected in the disappearances of small pets; moose sauntering onto highways; woodpeckers acting like nail-guns on house siding; and expanding numbers of cougar, black bear and gray wolves getting too close for comfort.
I speak of the over-representation of Canadian geese in Canadian prison yards.
Earth mounds between the existing visitor centre and waterside coffee shop will create new, higher look-out points for views of the lagoons and the Conwy valley where species such as Canadian geese live.
What to watch for: At Fern Ridge Lake watch for the multitude of Canadian geese.
Queeny continued to experiment, and one of the first they tried was establishing Canadian geese, which were no longer migrating to the Grand Prairie in significant numbers.
The sun was shining, there were dozens of Canadian geese and it was so peaceful I felt as if I was in a country park.
Should one or more solar panels become more completely occluded, by a flock of Canadian geese, for example, the energy loss to the chain can be much higher, in the double-digit percentage range, and require immediate cleaning.

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