Geese

Resources About Geese

An image of two white domesticated geese standing in front of two grey domesticated geese, with a Canada goose in the background.
Want to learn more about how to safely catch stray birds for your animal organization? Check out Part II of our four part series!
Want to learn more about how to safely catch stray birds for your animal organization? Check out Part II of our four part series!
An image of a city alley at night, with a rooster standing under streetlights.
Want to learn more about how to safely catch stray birds for your animal organization? Check out Part II of our four part series!
Want to learn more about how to safely catch stray birds for your animal organization? Check out Part II of our four part series!
HPAI prevention methods and biosecurity protocols in a simple bulleted checklist format.
HPAI prevention methods and biosecurity protocols in a simple bulleted checklist format.
An infographic with key points to help your sanctuary protect your avian residents from avian influenza.
An infographic with key points to help your sanctuary protect your avian residents from avian influenza.
An introductory guide to avian influenza including answers to the most frequently asked questions about this disease.
An introductory guide to avian influenza including answers to the most frequently asked questions about this disease.
Geese are fascinating and complex individuals! Here are some verified fun facts about them!
Geese are fascinating and complex individuals! Here are some verified fun facts about them!
Indoor and outdoor living space recommendations for domesticated geese
Indoor and outdoor living space recommendations for domesticated geese
Learn all about the types of enrichment available to improve the quality of life of geese residents.
Learn all about the types of enrichment available to improve the quality of life of geese residents.
White goose lowering head to eat grass seeds.
This list includes descriptions of common plants and other substances that may be toxic to geese and tips on how to prevent poisoning at
This list includes descriptions of common plants and other substances that may be toxic to geese and tips on how to prevent poisoning at your sanctuary.

Fun Facts About Geese

Geese can move their eyes independently and can also see UV light. This helps geese see the world in a vastly different way than we do!
Geese are attuned to the experiences of others around them! It’s been determined that the heart rate of geese increases when they see their companion or family members in conflict with another goose.
Little goslings start communicating with their parents while they are still in their eggs! How’s that for a parent-child relationship?

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