The Canadian goose (Branta canadensis) is a large species of wild goose with a black head and neck,a brown body and white patches on the face and white chinstrap, light tan to cream breast and brown back.Locally Known As Qaaz or Hunjh.
Least Concern (IUCN 3.1)
Size & Shape
Canada Geese are big or large waterfowl birds with a long neck, large body, large webbed feet, and wide, flat bill.
Canada Geese have a black head with white cheeks and chinstrap, black neck, tan breast, and brown back. and black head and neck,a brown body and white patches on the face.
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.
Just about anywhere near lakes, rivers, ponds, or other small or large bodies of water, and in yards, park lawns, and farm fields.
Canadian goose in Flight
Canadian goose Call