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Two Canada Geese In Marsh

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Footage ID#
10836124
Model Released
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Matte attached
Alpha channel
Seamless Looping
Duration
00:00:13
Frame Rate
29.97 FPS
Audio
chan
Location
Brighton, Ontario, Canada
Source
Panasonic HVX200 and Sennheiser MKH416
Number of Views
12
Date Uploaded
20 Mar 2012
Date Created
17 Mar 2012

Description

Canada Geese mate for life and this pair was recorded in a marsh. Likely the female is on the left- she has a aluminum band on her leg.

In North America, non-migratory Canada Goose populations have been on the rise. The species is frequently found on golf courses, parking lots and urban parks, which would have previously hosted only migratory geese on rare occasions. Owing to its adaptability to human-altered areas, it has become the most common waterfowl species in North America.

In many areas, non-migratory Canada Geese are now regarded as pests by humans. They are suspected of being a cause of an increase in high fecal coliforms at beaches. An extended hunting season, deploying noise makers, and hazing by dogs have been used in an attempt to disrupt suspect flocks.

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