When geese migrate?
They migrate to Finland before the summer and migrate away from Finland after the summer.
Canada geese migrate to find food.
Snow Geese migrate to Texas, Mexico and parts of Central America.
They migrate to the woods
Geese migrate because the area where they are living gets too cold, so they fly south, where it is warm during the winter. When the winter is over, the geese return.
They fly south for the winter.
For the food supply.
they migrate south because it gets cold in the winter!!!
Pretty well all species of ducks and geese (like Mallards, canvasbacks, pintails, eiders, grebes, Canada geese, snow geese, etc.) migrate south in the fall and fly north in the spring.
under the wings of geese
Yes, they are migratory birds.
They fly south for winter.
whenthey want to
Canadian geese move north in the late part of the summer. Canadian geese do not migrate during the winter months.
Migratory birds fly from their homes in the north, to a temporary home in the South. Canadian geese migrate from Canada or Northern US, to the Southern US during winter.
Geese do not hibernate; they migrate. The migration in and of itself is instinctive, but they must learn the route.
Geese, ducks, basically all the birds that migrate!
Once every year they will migrate to warmer climates during the winter.
Caribou, Whales and Geese
They migrate to warmer countries.
Canada geese migrate to find food. In Canada, when the grass is frozen over, the geese fly elsewhere. They fly in a V shape so every geese can get to their destination safely. They don't use magnetism or the sun to get to the destination, they use landmarks learnt by their parents or flock. Hope this helps :)
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Canada Geese usually migrate between the U.S and Canada. Their migratory season varies depending on the subspecies and the circumstances happening in their respective environment. Some migrate starting in November while other migrate in the middle of December. But as humans create more artificial habitat and the fact that a lot of them have grown used to eating garbage, many geese no longer migrate at all. In fact a lot of Canada geese in Toronto… Read More
If geese are not flying in large groups they will do that.
Southern United States and Mexico.
to get to warmer weather
Canadian geese and and Monarch butterflies migrate.
Yes, wild geese can fly. A large number of wild geese species migrate, and the typical mode of transportation for them is flying using their own wings.
brown bears hibernate and Canadian geese migrate to the south
canaadian geese migrate to meet thier basic needs because they need a supplying food sourse which they can not get becase they eat fish and the fish is no longer avalible to them in the winter
There are several birds that migrate in the fall. Geese, ducks, cardinals, crows, finches, wrens, bluebirds, and robins are just a few birds that migrate.
Yes they do, i am pretty sure they migrate every year around the same time the geese do. Hope it helps!
they fly from Canada all the way to Mexico.
Geese, turtles, wildebeests, whales, and salmon.
40% of the world's birds migrate - Barnacle Geese for examply
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.
They start from wherever they make their summer home.
Brent geese migrate to Britain in the winter. Winter starlings.
Geese because they migrate every year in giant groups.
the answer is brent geese! ur welcome. here are some facts: 40 000 brent geese in world and 29 000 migrate to strangford lough, co.down northern ireland. i should know i live in da small yown of ards right on starngford lough the answer is brent geese! ur welcome. here are some facts: 40 000 brent geese in world and 29 000 migrate to strangford lough, co.down northern ireland. i should know i live in… Read More
Most animals don't just randomly leave. Usually they just "leave" is to migrate. In the summer you would always see geese In the winter geese migrate (fly) to other places where is it warmer and than come back when it is summer again
There are many animals which migrate. Some of these animals include geese, sharks, bats, ducks, and toads. Animals migrate for warmer climates, mating, and food.
Nearly all birds migrate to some extent. Particulalry Swans, Geese, Ducks, Terns, Swallows, Martins and Warblers.
They migrate to warmer places so they can survive the low temperatures of winter.
Acording to their Tourist Wedsite Magpie Geese, Ducks, Ibis, Large Cranes, Jadiru, Parrots, Kookadurras & Red-Tailed Black Cockatos All Migrate.
Yes. There are many. In the winter we have Whooper Swans, Bewick's Swans, White-fronted Geese, Brent Geese, Pink-footed Geese, Bean Geese, Fieldfare, Redwing, Brambling and other visitors. In the summer we have Swallows, House Martins, Sand Martins, Swifts, Terns and many types of Warblers.
Ducks are smaller, eat insects, fish, etc. (not strictly herbivorous diet). Geese are larger, migrate further distances, and have an herbivorous diet Baby ducks-ducklings Baby geese- goslings Male ducks- drakes Male geese- Ganders
Travel together from one location to another. Like geese or some birds migrate south for the winter.
do- ducks, geese, pigeons don't- blue jays, cardinals, black capped chickadees