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  • Removable coyote fur ruff, with an adjustable bracing wire for superior protection in high-wind conditions
  • Removable hood with a Velcro® secured collar adds warmth and versatility
  • Heavy-duty, centre front YKK® 2-way locking zipper
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  • Two fleece-lined handwarmer pockets
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  • Adjustable hem drawcord seals out wind and snow
  • Recessed, heavy-duty, rib-knit cuffs keep out the cold
  • Interior shoulder straps allow wearer to carry over their shoulder
  • Centre back length: 30.5” / 77.47cm
  • Made in Canada with domestic and imported materials

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Canada Goose

Branta canadensis ORDER: ANSERIFORMES FAMILY: ANATIDAE

IUCN Conservation Status: Least Concern

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The big, black-necked Canada Goose with its signature white chinstrap mark is a familiar and widespread bird of fields and parks. Thousands of “honkers” migrate north and south each year, filling the sky with long V-formations. But as lawns have proliferated, more and more of these grassland-adapted birds are staying put in urban and suburban areas year-round, where some people regard them as pests.

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Keys to identification Help

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  • Size & Shape

    Canada Geese are big waterbirds with a long neck, large body, large webbed feet, and wide, flat bill.

  • Color Pattern

    Canada Geese have a black head with white cheeks and chinstrap, black neck, tan breast, and brown back.

  • Behavior

    Canada Geese feed by dabbling in the water or grazing in fields and large lawns. They are often seen in flight moving in pairs or flocks; flocks often assume a V formation.

  • Habitat

    Just about anywhere near lakes, rivers, ponds, or other small or large bodies of water, and in yards, park lawns, and farm fields.

Range Map Help

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Field MarksHelp

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    Canada Goose

     
    • Large bodied with long neck, fairly large bill
    • Black neck and head with obvious white cheek patch
    • Chest pale, underparts brownish (can be pale or fairly dark), flanks and under-tail white
    • Back and wings dark brown
    • © Kevin Bolton, November 2008
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    Canada Goose

     
    • Often seen in large flocks
    • © Gerry Dewaghe, Virginia, February 2005
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    Canada Goose

     
    • Black neck and head with obvious white cheek patch
    • Black tail
    • White under tail on rump
    • © Gerry Dewaghe, Pennsylvania, December 2005
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    Canada Goose

     
    • Size varies slightly between sexes
    • Size also varies tremendously among populations
    • © Byard Miller, Longmeadow, Massachusetts, March 2008
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    Canada Goose

     
    • Black neck and head with obvious white cheek patch
    • Pale chest, white flanks
    • © bev edukabc, Georgia, October 2008
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    Canada Goose

     
    • Often seen in large flocks
    • Wings dark brown, belly brown
    • Tail black
    • © Kevin Shea, Virginia, December 2008
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    Canada Goose

    Adult and goslings
    • Goslings bright yellow and brownish
    • © Laura Erickson, May 2005
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    Canada Goose

    Adult and goslings
    • Common in ponds and lakes
    • © wreckingball34, New Jersey, May 2008

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    Cackling Goose

    Adults
    • Recently split from Canada Goose
    • Typically smaller than Canada Goose, with shorter neck and bill
    • More common in western U.S. and Canada
    • Some individuals are difficult to distinguish with certainty (both species are highly variable)
    • © Jim Gilbert, Rahway, New Jersey, November 2008
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    Adult
    • Black neck and breast, usually with white neck mark
    • No white cheek (some aberrant Canadas may lack white cheek)
    • Dark back
    • © William Jobes, Barnegat Light, New Jersey, January 2009
  • Adult blue morph and immature blue morph
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    Snow Goose

    Adult blue morph and immature blue morph
    • Adult blue form has blue gray body, white head, and variable amount of white on neck and breast
    • Adult has pink bill and legs
    • Immature blue has dark gray body with face variably flecked with white
    • Compare to Canada Goose on far right
    • © Mick Zerr

Similar Species

Cackling Geese were once considered the same species. They're nearly identical but much smaller than most Canada Geese (some Cackling Geese may be as small as Mallards); Cackling Geese have a tiny, stubby, triangular bill. Greater White-fronted Geese have a brown, not black, neck and lack the white cheeks and throat. Snow Geese, whether the white or blue form, have an all-white head. Brant have a dark chest and the white is limited to the neck, not the cheek. The Barnacle Goose, very rare in North America, has an entirely white face, a black breast, and a gray and black barred back. Various domestic hybrid geese may have a wide variety of different markings.

  • Greater White-fronted Goose
  • Snow Goose
  • Brant
  • Cackling Goose

Regional Differences

Canada Geese tend to be smaller as you move northward; plumage tends to be darker as you move westward.

Backyard Tips

Mowing and maintaining lawns down to the water’s edge, or maintaining very large lawns anywhere near water are open invitations to Canada Geese. Plastic mesh placed over grass usually discourages them from walking on a lawn.

Consider putting up a nest box to attract a breeding pair. Make sure you put it up well before breeding season. Attach a guard to keep predators from raiding eggs and young. Find out more about nest boxes on our Attract Birds pages. You'll find plans for building a nest box of the appropriate size on our All About Birdhouses site.

Find This Bird

During summer, and increasingly at other times of year, Canada Geese are fairly easy to see, swimming in open water, resting near shore, or grazing on lawns or farm fields. They are often heard flying above, by day or night; if you study their honks you may notice the difference by sound when other species of geese or swans are flying.

Get Involved

Look for Canada Goose nests and contribute valuable data about them through NestWatch

Report your Canada Goose sightings to eBird

You Might Also Like

All About Birds Blog, Where Did All Those Canada Geese in Town Come From?, September 2013.

Ducks Unlimited Canada: Facts on Canada Geese

Unsafe Haven: Teshekpuk Lake, Alaska. Story and photos in Living Bird magazine.

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