it conserves their energy. Each bird flies slightly above the bird in front of him, resulting in a reduction of wind resistance
To encourage the other geese in front of them
Geese fly in a "V" formation so the goose in front in breaking the wind so it is more easy for the other geese to fly. All of the geese take turns doing this and being in front so none of them get warn out.
Geese... also you put this in the section Geese so how did you not know that?
no geese dont squak geese make a kinda honking noise and i know that sounds weird:):):):):)
A general term for birds is flock, which is fine, however gaggle of geese is more appropriate. This is for a group of geese on the ground. If they are flying it is a skein of geese.
Geese know where there going because:Scientists have found tiny pieces magnetite in geese 's head. That means they use the magnetic field to travel.Geese use landmarks! Just like we do when we are giving directions, they memorize landmarks.
There are toads, deer, butterflies, flies, turkies, geese, and more.
Yes they surely do!
Canada geese, white-fronted geese, emperor geese, Brant geese, lesser snow geese, Ross geese, and Aleutian geese.
Ummm.... they're not ducks? Just kidding. A interesting fact is male geese are called gander and female geese are called goose. Another fact is adult geese lose their flight and tail feathers each year which is called molting. Sorry don't know much about geese.
the Canadian goose flies south because of winter
Yes, ask me how I know...
No, the word 'geese' is the plural form for the singular noun goose. The collective nouns for geese are:a flock of geesea gaggle of geesea team of geesea trip of geesea skein of geese (in flight)
A group of geese is called a gaggle of geese, a flock of geese, or a skein of geese (in flight).a gaggle of geese
A group of geese is commonly know as a gaggle ( example: the gaggle of geese swam through the pond) <><><><> On the ground, a gaggle. In flight, a skein. But the term flock is used for many types of birds.
A Gaggle of Geese are on the ground; a Skein of Geese is in flight.
A gaggle of geese.
It is a gaggle of geese when on the ground or a skein of geese in flight
They fly in a V-shape so that the goose in the front breaks the wind for the other geese, thus making it easier for the rest of the flock to fly. They take turns being at the front of the V so that they all share the task.
geese fact ...... geese fact ......
A gaggle of geese