Appearance - The Canada Goose has a black crown, front of head, and neck, with distinctive white cheek patches and chinstrap, light creamy-brown breast, grey-brown back, underparts from belly to tail are whitish, and the beak and legs are black. Both sexes are alike with the male usually slightly larger.
Notes - The Canada Goose is the most common species of goose in north America. They are a common sight in city parks and are happy to co-exist with people, although due to large numbers they are sometimes considered a pest.
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