Changed Canadian goose to Canada goose as that's recognized as the more official term.
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Why would a CanadianCanada Goose sleep on a frozen pond?

I just passed one of the town parks, and there was a flock of CanadianCanada geese sleeping on the frozen lake. It seemed like that would be a rather cold place to sleep, is there a reason beyond the possibility of predators why they would do that?

The lake is completely frozen, and the surface is hard with no slush. I am not certain if the geese live there year round or not, but the city did pay $6,000 for a border collie to run the geese off.

Why would a Canadian Goose sleep on a frozen pond?

I just passed one of the town parks, and there was a flock of Canadian geese sleeping on the frozen lake. It seemed like that would be a rather cold place to sleep, is there a reason beyond the possibility of predators why they would do that?

The lake is completely frozen, and the surface is hard with no slush. I am not certain if the geese live there year round or not, but the city did pay $6,000 for a border collie to run the geese off.

Why would a Canada Goose sleep on a frozen pond?

I just passed one of the town parks, and there was a flock of Canada geese sleeping on the frozen lake. It seemed like that would be a rather cold place to sleep, is there a reason beyond the possibility of predators why they would do that?

The lake is completely frozen, and the surface is hard with no slush. I am not certain if the geese live there year round or not, but the city did pay $6,000 for a border collie to run the geese off.

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