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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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of Connecticut) recounts her relationship with a solitary Canadian goose during the late fall and early winter of 1996-97 in New England.
The exposition offers the opportunity to scale a rock-climbing wall, taste a Canadian goose and venison, learn how to catch and clean a fish, read a map and compass, shoot a bow and a gun, throw a tomahawk, call a turkey, train a sporting dog, or get up close and personal with an owl, snake or turtle.
A SWEDISH hunter had to spend two days in bed after being knocked unconscious by a Canadian goose that landed on his head after the hunter's son shot it dead.
The Canadian goose population in North America grew from 1 million in 1990 to 3.
Well known among hitchhikers for its landmark giant Canadian Goose statue, some Wawa residents hope their town may become equally famous for its diamond and gold production.
Because I live in a migration route for the Canadian Goose I particularly enjoyed reading the section on Migration.
As part of the competition, Martinez, 47, had to mimic the sounds of seven types of animals - turkey, barred owl, Canadian goose, mallard duck, whitetail deer, elk and coyote.
A man who kicked and stamped a Canadian goose to death narrowly escaped prison yesterday - and was urged by magistrates to go and work in a zoo as part of his rehabilitation.
US -- Seattle's Great Canadian Goose Hunt was called off on July 13, when government goose eradicators gave up the chase in the face of massive citizen resistance -- including several noisy "Honk-Ins" outside the Seattle Parks Department.
Tow-headed Thomas Wolff, a first-grader on a field trip from Stratfield School in Fairfield, Connecticut, was the first to spot the Canadian goose family, which was busy improving the view at the Connecticut Audubon Society's six-acre Birdcraft Sanctuary.
He rescued an injured fox and a Canadian goose three days ago and wants to check their recovery.
I have accounted for the presence of a Canadian goose on our playground:

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