© Cherish Yuke

‘Canadian Geese flying in sync’. Fairbanks, Alaska.
The #Canadian #Geese are one of the largest of #bird species. They are known to #migrate north to #alaska in the summer and south in the winter. Because they #migrate so far, one goose will take the lead so other geese behind do not catch so much headwind and therefore in fly in a v-shaped manner. When the goose in the front gets tired, another goose takes the lead and therefore, these #migratory birds can fly such long distances in a shorter amount of time.
#migratorybirds #usfws #canadiangeese #alaska

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