Definition of Canada goose in English:

Canada goose

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noun

A common North American goose with a black head and neck, a white chinstrap, and a loud trumpeting call. It has been introduced widely in Britain and elsewhere.
  • Branta canadensis, family Anatidae
More example sentences
  • Often only one or two young survive locally following predation by crows and competition with Canada geese and grey-lag geese.
  • Its skies were often darkened by blizzards of snow geese and immense flocks of great blue herons, swans, diving ducks, terns, pintails, mallards, Canada geese, osprey, bald eagles and more.
  • The usual suspects were there, but I'm not inclined to go out of my way to see mallards, Canada geese, robins, and red-wings.

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Pronunciation: niːˈɒt(ə)ni
noun
retention of juvenile features in the adult animal