canadian geese vs canada geese : Common Errors in English

About canadian geese vs canada geese

“Canadian geese” would be any old geese that happen to be in Canada. What people usually mean to refer to when they use this phrase is the specific species properly called “Canada geese.”

canadian geese in News

  • Canadian Geese Back in Fairhope

    A study by Auburn University targeted Canadian Geese as the main source of water contamination forcing the beach to be closed several times last year. The geese are back and...
    on June 18, 2013 Source: NBC 15 Mobile

canada geese in News

  1. Radnor has 'serious problem with Canada geese'

    Crowds of Canada geese are causing consternation in Radnor Township. The birds leave messy and unsanitary droppings that promote algae growth in ponds.
    on June 15, 2013 Source: Main Line Suburban Life

  2. DNR Question of the Week

    Q: I recently saw a couple of Canada geese with their goslings and wondered if they have more than one clutch a year?
    on June 15, 2013 Source: The Pilot-Independent

  3. Canada geese goslings

    Q: I recently saw a couple of Canada geese with their goslings and wondered if they have more than one clutch a year? A: Not usually. Once geese have successfully raised an entire brood, their reproductive system shuts down. If however the goose's first clutch of eggs is unsuccessful or destroyed early during the incubation or nesting period, the birds may nest a second time. -Lori Naumann, DNR ...
    on June 11, 2013 Source: Brainerd Dispatch

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