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Free images -  Birds - Snow Geese

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Did you know... 

that Snow Geese get their name from it's snow white plumage, not its habitat !?

Chen caerulescens is a North American species commonly known as the Snow Goose.  Typically this species is pure white with black wing-tips.  The black tips on the wings are easier to see when the birds are in flight. The Snow Goose has feet and a bill which are pink.  The dark line around the bill is called a "grinning patch" or "black lips". This species has a colour variant known as the "Blue Goose" which is a  dark brown body with a white head.

Snow Geese breed in the northern part of the continent in Greenland, Canada and Alaska.  They winter in warmer parts of NA.

The numbers of Snow Geese has increased tremendously and they are now among the most abundant waterfowl on the North American continent.

 

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Some have said that Snow Geese are the noisiest of all waterfowl.  They honk at all times of the day and night, during all seasons, in the air and on land. 

Did you also know... 

that Snow Geese that are less than a year old have a clearer and more high-pitched whistle?

 

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology has a great site 
where you can hear what various birds sound like.  (Linked with permission)

♫ 
Click here to hear the calls of a Snow Goose.

 

 

Snow goose

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Snow goose with pink feet

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Two white Snow Geese

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Snow Goose

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"The reason birds can fly 
and we can't 
is simply because 
they have perfect faith, 
for to have faith 
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Did you know....

There are about 10000 species of birds in the world!

Birds have hollow bones which help them to fly!

 

 

Did you know....

Hummingbirds can fly backwards!

The smallest egg comes from a hummingbird and is the size of a pea.  The largest comes from an ostrich and is the size of a cantaloupe.

 

 

Did you know....

The penguin is the only bird that can swim, but cannot fly!

Males of most bird species are more colourful with beautiful feather shapes!

 

 

Did you know....

Mocking birds can imitate sounds!

Herons & Egrets were killed by the thousands so that their feathers cold be used to decorate women's hats!

 

 

Did you know....

Barn owls swallow their prey whole.  After digestion, they cough up the prey's bones & fur!

 

 

 

 

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