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Known for their distinctive "Honk!", geese are either gray (Anser), white (Chen), or black (Branta). Here you can find questions and answers about the various geese, their migration patters, size, weight, and more.
We tried placing old and unused CDs on the rail for our above ground pool as suggested by Hawaii and it worked. There are high priced 'high frequency' bird repelling systems that you can buy, but they recommend that you use them in conjunction with the 'Terror Eyes Balls'. You might try a fountain…
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by using salt water pool bee will go to salt pools as well. I am having this problem.   give the bees a closer, to there hive, source of water
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Wild Geese were Irish who served in foreign wars in the 18th century.  Most of them were Jacobite's (those who supported the English catholic king James 1 in a war over the English throne) who were banished from Ireland after losing the war, they went on to become large contingents of all the …
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Abandoned Goose Egg Depending on how long this egg had been abandoned when you found it, and how long it had been incubated there is a remote possibility that you could continue the incubation process. If it had been incubated for 7 day prior to you finding it, touch a small bright flashlight to …
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I have laying hens and ducks and they all live together in one coop. I haven't had a problem with them.   yes they can   I would say yes, I have drakes, and hen ducks living right in with my chickens. and do not have a problem. In fact one of the drakes thinks it's a chicken. He was ra…
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One view: It actually depends on the age of the embryo in the egg. An older embryo will warm the egg and the egg will stay warm longer. If you feel of the eggs and they are losing warmth, she has probably abandoned her nest. She knows the age of the chick and how long the eggs can be without her.
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It will be difficult, if not impossible. You, not being a mommy critter of that species, are not equipped to do that. The very best thing you can do is return the egg to its nest. Don't worry, all the urban legends about birds being able to smell are just that -- urban legends. Very few birds actual…
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You can put the eggs under a 40 Watt lightbulb and turn the everycouple of hours to keep the heat evenly distributed, put towels around as insulation, two light bulbs is best. They will survive if you can make sure they are at 99.5. You also need to make sure they are at the right humidity by puttin…
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Chicken Sit About 3 Weeks Ducks Sit Around 28 Days Answer The duck does not sit of the eggs to hatch it. They are hatched in the normal weather. I have a duck sitting on her eggs for about 2 weeks that I know off
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Since geese fly in V formation to conserve energy by flying in the wake of the previous bird I believe that the longer arm of the V has less wind resistance and it therefore easier to fly in.
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Guesses:1. He wanted to go to the beach for a nice relaxing day because he had a really hard one.2. He wanted a glass of water
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It is a big terrifying world out there. Scary, and not just at Halloween. Yes, as you already know by now, the gosling was just taking a rest and would have continued the peep, eventually muscling out of the shell and joining the rest of the hatch.
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Yes, because they cheep before they hatch so their mum can tell when they are about to hatch.
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The records for paper airplane flight are measured in the time aloft. These competitions usually pit "wider" paper airplanes against each other rather than the "dart" planes a lot of us made when we first began to construct them. It's kinda hard to figure out how "far" one of these world record plan…
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She leaves the nest 2-3 times a day for 3 reasons, eat, drink, and to get moisture on her body the continue the humid environment in the nest.
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Answer Either put it in an incubator, misting it with warm water at least once a day, and turning it frequently or give it to an adult female duck or even a broody chicken. Either than that, your only other choice is an artificial incubator, like a hen, or under a lamp with temperature a constant…
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mice do like cheese and i have proof beacuase i did a science project and they ate the cheese like we eat ice cream!BY Huntere!!
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Mallard duck eggs take 28 days to hatch normally, plus one day for the older eggs in store, say 29 days.
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Answer ducks,turns,albitros,gease,pigons Also Sandpipers, Bee-eaters, Cattle Egrets, Storks, Swallows.
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Ewe. pronounced (You)!!!
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What they eat is one of the things that distinguishes ducks from geese. Geese get most of their food on land, largely eating grass, leaves, herbs, and grain when available. They also eat some aquatic plants and minnows. Geese are also known to eat leftover garbage in urban cities, predominately bre…
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"It takes 28 days just like any other kind of egg or just like chicken eggs." Duck eggs are not like chicken eggs. Chicken eggs take approximately 21 days to hatch. Duck eggs, depending on species, incubator temps, and humidity levels, take between 25 and 35 days to hatch. Best bet is to do a speci…
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A goose can be either or , male or female.
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Brazil has five FIFA World Cups: 1958, 1962, 1970, 1994 and 2002. Brazil will host the World Cup in 2014.Brazil is the country with most wins. It has won the world cup five times.
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A young goose that looks like a duck but isnt. it is just a baby goose that will grow up do be a goose. It is also a naive or inexperienced young person.Young goose.
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A drake
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they take about 28 days to hatch ☺
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No. She won't abandon them.But a human mother might, if you handle her children. Don't do it. It pisses moms off, seriously.
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There are different liquids that you can use to accomplish the task of getting rid of your goose problem. Methyl anthranilate - this substance is found in the skins of grapes, is the thing that works the best. Liquid Fence makes a hand quart bottle with a sprayer attachement that makes it easy to ho…
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They fly south for the winter.
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At least 7 geese make up a gaggle.
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That's typical. I have a goose and duck farm and I asked my dad the same question because pretty much all of my birds have pink feet and their fine. If it is really starting to get pink then, take it to a vet immediately.
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An Adult Male Goose is called a "Gander" An Adult Female Goose is called a "Goose" A Young Goose (of either sex) is called a "Gosling"A male goose is called a 'Cob' - the female is a 'Pen'a gander
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sometimes but not usually. I am speaking of Canadian geese. No. Geese are strictly herbivors.
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aby Geese Can Eat One Pinch Of Cheerios dog food or cat Food. They can eat cottage cheese,hard boiled eggs (wich i personily think is just plain wrong),Chopped this from glettuce,Canned Peas,Or Chopped Green beansi got
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Duck
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a drake
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Goose
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Answer Yes, I just recently took pictures of two males trying to mate a female here in Davie, FL (W Broward County) See photos and video here: http://flickr.com/photos/jomatt/sets/72157612282844722/
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Geese will eat grass, land plants (including weeds), aquatic plants, insects, worms and some small fish.
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Answer Because there were no chickens yet. Because it decided it was already extinct and had nothing to lose. Because it thought it could "take" the semi truck. So it could wait at the Bus Stop. Because it was a Christian Dinosaur, a "Krystosaur".
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she thought it would be fun to get ran over
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1. Because the chicken was taking a lunch break! 2. Because it was the chicken's day off. 3. He wanted to prove that he wasn't a chicken! 4. He never did because he got hit by a car. Why would a turkey get hit by a car? Turkeys are smart! 5. The street was perpendicular to the floor so as the ch…
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A young goose is called a gosling.
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A young goose or baby goose is called a gosling.
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Anyone who lives next to pond will tell you they don't, unless the bloody things all honk in their sleep. At night they typically join ten-thousand of their flock blanketing the surface of ponds and joining in an extremely LOUD, disharmonious, honking chorus that lasts all night. ~Miserable Insomni…
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Germany has won 3 world cup championships. 1990, 1974, 1954
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Answer A male goose is called a gander.
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A gander is a male goose.It's an adult male goose (as in what's good for the goose is good for the gander).
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a hen.
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A female goose is called a 'gander'.
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gosling
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Most fowl (er, birds) do not like rattling or clanking sounds. Have you tried the tinkling or louder sounds of several wind chimes hung from the carport's under-hang? You could also buy some pin-wheels to put into the ground on any open sides. Make sure you keep garbage cans or other food sources aw…
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Only against the moon or when passing below clouds that are backlit by the moon.You can also spot them if you are in an urban area where there are parking lot lights on.If you are interested in observing night flight, listen for a member of the flock to be honking as they pass by. Seems most of the …
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A gaggle.
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Geese Edit: Seriously?
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$2-$3 USD for a dozen of regular eggs. The free-range eggs (the brown ones) are more expensive and cost $3-$4 USD.
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huh?
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A young goose is called a gosling.
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Male elephants are called bulls, females are cows.
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A baby Hen is called a Chick.
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How are you so certain that they were cold-blooded (ectothermic)? In reality that was nothing more than an asumption made by early scientists when they at first noticed their resemblance to reptiles. It is true that dinosaurs evolved from reptiles but so did mammals! It is quite possible that dinosa…
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Answer Chickens can live to be thirteen years old, if they are well taken care of and can wander at their leisure for exercise, obese chicken's hearts will give out by the age of 5-6.
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It takes around 28 days for ducks to hatch. However has been known to take up to 35-36 days for certain breeds. some times it takes 40 days i had a duck that had eggs in my back yard i had a chart list and it was 40 days (sometimes it dose not)
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Ticks feed off of warm blooded animals, sometimes humans. ticks also feed on reptiles and they are not warm blodded animals
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Goose is the noun for a female, thus; the male referred to as a gander.
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The V shape helps the birds conserve energy by reducing the air resistance. It also aids in visual assurance and teamwork. Another answer is: Flying in formation allows geese to keep one another in view and to respond quickly when the bird in front changes direction, speed, or altitude. - awake mag…
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A female goose is called a goose. The female gooose is usually the smaller members of the flock.
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A group of flying geese is called a skein. A gaggle is a group of geese not in flight.
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we call it that because we all share the same culture and they ae nourth of us in geographical term  we call candians our northern cousins because we both share the same culture. we all came frm Europe to. the northern part is because of a geographical term, they are north of us
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It depends on the brand, quality, size, where they are being sold, and many more things too.
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Answer the natural enemy to geese is hunters and people who dont like the geese. these geese are very unigue and there are very many kinds of geese Geese do have natural enemies or predators, yes humans are gulity of killing many, but also the domestic dog, and cat kill them and their young. But…
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The fantastic annual migrations that birds make between their breeding and wintering grounds is one of the wonders of our natural world. Most of the world's 29 or so species of geese are no strangers to migration, and some routinely accomplish amazing feats. In Asia, Bar-headed Geese (Anser indicus)…
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A gosling
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incubation day 1-25 temperature 99.5 humidy 86 turns day 3-7 ..............hatching day 26-28 temperature 98.5 humidy 94 turns day 0 a good way to hatch
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A flock of geese is called a gaggle of geese when they are on the ground but when they are on flight they are called a skein of geese.A group of geese in flight is called a skein of geese while a group of geese in the ground is called a gaggle of geese.
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a young goose is called a gosling.
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Answer Most species of gosling eat a mix of insects and the growing tips of plants, both being good sources of protein that is essential for growth. Like their parents, they have serrated edges to their beaks that act like tiny saws and make snipping off pieces of vegetation very easy.
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Eggs cost around 2-4 dollars depending on size, amount, area, etc. The price fluctuates.
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A drake.
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3 soon to be 4 if Spain doesn't win first
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England have been in the final 3 times - 1991, 2003 and 2007 Winning it in 2003.
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Not without a valid visa and work permit.
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for meat for eggs Ducks, geese and chickens are grown on poultry farms. Also Ostriches and Emus. And Turkeys.
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It's called an EWE!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Goose is a female word , so the male will be Gander [goose=female,gander=male]
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Much like chickens, geese and ducks will eat mice. It depends on the bird.
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A silly goose is a word to sort of make fun of someone by calling them funnySILLY GOOSE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1This statement has been proven to be true when a goose demonstrated an action which was seen as silly, thus making him a silly goose.
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This persistent bit of folklore - usually citing geese as the carrier - must date from an earlier period, before much at all was known about hummingbird migration. There is not a shred of evidence to support this whimsical concept. Most Ruby-throated Hummingbirds winter between southern Mexico and …
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The Canada Goose lives in a wide variety of habitats including lakes, bays, rivers, and marshes. Its range covers much of the Northern Hemisphere. It often feeds in open fields and grasslands.
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An adult goose has 500 bones.A child goose has 3 bones.Facts are facts.
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A gaggle.
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flock or skein
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they eat entirely vegetarian foods like grasses and grains,which came from damp soils or shallow water.
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ewe [pronounced yew or you]
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about 1.60 for a dozen
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Ducks eat bread. They love it. But iIt kills them. Search for all the terms, ducks bread death, and you will find plenty of references
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