- Mother Goose - Mother Goose has a light blue dress, a pink hat with two turquoise feathers on it, eyeglasses and pink shoes. She also carries her book and feathered pen to rite her nursery rhymes. Her only appearance is The Story of Mother Goose.
- The Blue Goose - This talkative fowl only appears in her story called The Goose and the Golden Eggs. Her yellow beak matches her head feathers and she has a purple tail.
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... Usually by mid-April, mallards, pintails, and Canada geese are present in large numbers ... Most of the ducks, geese, and shorebirds move north or west to nest in other areas of the state ... Recently, Tule geese, a subspecies of the greater white-fronted goose, have been discovered to nest and stage on Susitna Flats ...
... The family Anatidae includes ducks and most duck-like waterfowl, such as geese and swans ... These are birds that are modified for an aquatic existence with webbed feet, bills which are flattened to a greater or lesser extent, and feathers that are excellent at shedding water due to special oils ...
... The Shetland Goose is a breed of domestic geese originating in the Shetland Islands in Scotland ... Ganders have entirely white plumage, while geese have a head, neck, and upper body with gray highlights and a white underbody ... Shetland geese lay around 30 eggs a year ...
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Famous quotes containing the word geese:
“They yelleden as fiendes doon in hell;
The duckes cryden as men would them quell;
The geese for feare flewen over the trees;
Out of the hive came the swarm of bees.”
—Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?1400)
“Not a flock of wild geese cackles over our town, but it to some extent unsettles the value of real estate here, and, if I were a broker, I should probably take that disturbance into account.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)