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Photo of young Canada goose gosling

Canada Goose Young

Upon hatching, Canada geese young are clothed in yellow down feathers and can walk and swim within a few days. The goslings stay with their parents all the time and do not leave them until after the spring migration. Canada geese can live to be 30 years old.

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Learn about the relationship between waterfowl and waterfowl refuges.

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Chicken Little was Right

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Free-falling objects - including dead Canada geese - accelerate due to gravity at 32 feet per second squared.

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Don't Shoot a Swan

Trumpeter swans are not legal game, so make sure of your target before firing at large white birds.

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Ducks and Geese: They’re Delicious!

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A rinse and a good recipe transform waterfowl into superb table fare.

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Geese Call Autumn in Formation

Yesterday I sat outside enjoying what may be the last most blissful day of warm weather.

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Get Your Goose!

If you’re outside and happen to hear a very distant cry way, way up in the sky, you may catch of glimpse of high-flying snow geese now making their way north.

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How to Cook Your Goose

After waterfowl seasons close each year, two of my hunting buddies and I get together with our long-suffering wives to enjoy the fruits of our labor.

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Canada goose hunter preferences have shifted dramatically since the 1980s. This four-page document summarizes opinion surveys conducted in 2008 and 2009.

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Hunting the Wind

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A new waterfowling opportunity has arrived in the form of snow geese.

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