The Canada Goose is very common and widespread in North America. They are very comfortable remaining at lakes, ponds, rivers and even golf courses year round and have adapted well to urban and suburban life. Canada Geese can be recognized by the V-formation when flying overhead and the distinct white chinstrap around their black neck. They eat grasses, roots, aquatic plants, seeds and berries, and the occasional insect or small fish. The Snow Goose has become one of the most abundant waterfowl on the continent. They are typically seen in very large numbers or not at all. There are hot spots for migration across North America, where you can easily see upwards of 100,000 in one location at a time. Snow Geese eat seeds, leaves, roots and berries.
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