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Every summer at the annual goose round-up, biologists band resident Canada Geese. And volunteers have the opportunity to get up close to these beautiful migratory birds.

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Every October, the skies over Addison, Vt., are alive with geese. That's when thousands of migrating Canada and snow geese descend on the Dead Creek Wildlife Management Area for a little feeding...


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n the Atlantic Flyway almost as many Canada geese are bagged as all duck species combined. There are basically two kinds of Canada geese — migratory birds, which are the birds that fly north in...

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