Thursday, July 30, 2015
The Canada Goose is a bird that can be found anywhere in North America. The Canada Goose has a black head and neck, a white strip on the chin, a tan breast, and a brown back. It eats grains, berries, sedges, eelgrass, seeds, and is very skilled at removing kernels from dry corn cobs. They associate themselves in large flocks most of the year, but usually don't breed until their fourth year. When migrating, they fly in a V formation with experienced individuals leading the way. The Canada Goose is densely populated, therefore its status is Least Concerned. This bird is very interesting and I'm sure there's a lot more to learn about it.
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
The American Red Robin one of North America's most common bird. It can be found almost any where; in your garden, your backyard, parks yards, golf courses, fields, pastures, tundra, as well as deciduous woodlands, and pine forests.Colors vary from Gray, black, white, and rusty red.The head is dark gray on females and black on males. In fall and winter they form large flocks and gather in trees eat berries.Least Concern one of the most common birds in North America.
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