Canada goose


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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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Because they are so abundant, many would never suspect that the giant Canada goose subspecies nearly was extinct in the 1950s because of unregulated overhunting and wetland habitat loss.
With more long-lived, resident geese around these days, it is always safe to assume that any large Canada goose you shoot will be tough.
Soper (1946:16) reported that the large-bodied form of Canada Goose "breeds very sparingly along the southern coast of Foxe Peninsula" and that it was absent as a breeder from western Baffin Island, but he did not observe or collect any gosling specimens from large-bodied geese during his explorations of southwestern Baffin Island from 1928 to 1931.
Information from the AFBWS is used to derive population status for setting annual duck and Canada goose hunting regulations in the Atlantic Flyway (U.
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11 December 2013 - US buyout major Bain Capital LLC has inked a final accord to acquire a majority interest in extreme weather outerwear maker Canada Goose Inc, the target said.
The life span of a Canada goose can run anywhere from a few to more than 20 years.
Peter Dunn from the university denied that - but did say that the university occasionally "treated" eggs to try and stabilise the Canada goose population.
Onlookers called the police and dog rescue worker Julian Bridges took the injured Canada goose to the vet.
Even without deliberate introductions, the Canada goose could still have become a resident British bird as individuals from wild populations across the Atlantic frequently turn up on our shores.
Authorities tell us that the resident Canada goose population has increased five times since 1975.
In recent years, South Dakota's resident Canada goose population has increased dramatically.

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