The Resident Goose. A Newcomer to the Urban Landscape

cover of publicationThe arrival of migrating Canada Geese in the fall, flying in their characteristic V-formations, is a sure sign that winter is on its way and evokes in many a desire to travel south, too. Unfortunately, the damage caused by their cousins, resident Canada geese, to public grounds like parks, marinas and golf courses tarnishes the image of these magnificent birds.

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  • Author: Government of Canada, Environment Canada
  • Language of Document: Separate English/French
  • Document Type: Brochure
  • Cat. No.: CW66-245/2005
  • ISBN: 0-662-68818-X
  • Size: 14x23 cm
  • Pages: 16
  • Year: 2005
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