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Snow Goose Quiz:
Identification, Behavior, and Migration

Photo by Charlie Lansche - C.M. Lansche Images - http://www.cmlanscheimages.com
Which of the following is a possible color pattern of snow geese?
All white with black wing tips, pink and black bill, and pink legs
Body mostly sooty grey with white head
Body mostly sooty grey with a white belly and a white head
Snow geese can have any of these color patterns
Where do snow geese breed?
New Zealand
Arctic tundra
Mexico
True or False: The snow goose is considered an endangered species.
True
False
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What do snow geese eat?
Plants only (herbivorous)
Meat only (carnivorous)
Both plants and meat (omnivorous)
Which of the following can be predators of snow geese?
Arctic fox
Eagles
Bears
Wolves
All of the above
Photo by Charlie Lansche - C.M. Lansche Images - http://www.cmlanscheimages.com
Why are snow geese sometimes called "wavies"?
They fly in large groups and form lines or U formations that change shape, resulting in the appearance of waving motions of the flying lines.
They appear to be waving at you with their wings when they fly by.
They fly close to bodies of water, causing the formation of ocean-like waves.
True or false: Snow geese are generally less "vocal" in comparison to other waterfowl.
True
False
True or False: The heads of snow geese often appear yellow or rusty orange.
True
False
True or false: Snow geese often cover their eggs in grass and moss to protect them from the cold.
True
False
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