Capable of covering over 680 miles in a day, and averaging 54 days of migration flight. These magnificent aviators travel incredible distances each season for purposes of breeding and securing food. They then return to their exact place of birth.
You wouldn’t think so these days however, these species of geese were actually going extinct up until 1962. Fast forward to 1982 with the revision of hunting laws, tagged numbers increased to 6000 which created the natural momentum that kept the Canadian Geese flying.