Canada goose

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common greyish-brown wild goose of North America with a loud, trumpeting call

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The River King #3 and Sahara #6 mines were included in earlier studies of giant Canada goose populations in southern Illinois, following initial reintroduction in the early 1980's (Lueth 1986, Butler 1987).
This remaining potential nesting habitat varies in quality, but a reasonable estimate of nesting capacity is 100,000 adults, according to Vernon Byrd, Aleutian Canada Goose Recovery Team Leader and Alaska Maritime Refuge biologist.
The Aleutian Canada goose is a small subspecies of Canada goose whose numbers declined after fur traders introduced foxes to the islands on which the birds nest.
So hard did these introduced predators hit the Aleutian Canada goose population that not a single bird was observed in the Aleutians between 1938 and 1962.
The Canada goose was heading for a pond when it apparently misjudged its landing and flew into Shawn Hacking's face.
Well-intentioned people caused the problem: After the migrating Canada goose almost went extinct due to hunting and commercial harvesting, people got excited in the 1960s when small groups of Canada geese were rediscovered at some refuges, according to the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS).
356) has a picture of a Canada goose with the caption "Wild birds harbor and may transmit drug resistance.
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Pennsylvania first implemented special hunting seasons in 1992 to help reduce the growth rate of its rapidly expanding resident Canada goose population.
With the acquisition of the 45,000 square-foot facility C which marks the second manufacturing campus for the company in the Greater Toronto Area C Canada Goose immediately gains 70 employees and expects to increase efficiency by 25 per cent.
Possible reasons for the failure to detect ABV RNA in hatchlings or embryos include low sample size, eggs deriving from parents not actively infected with ABV, the testing of only brain tissue, and failure of the virus to replicate in Canada goose embryos.
The Court sentenced two of the defendants to serve time in prison and also awarded Canada Goose damages for a total judgment of 701 000 SEK.
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