One of my favorite signals of the change of seasons in New York, is hearing the Canadian Geese honking as the fly overhead, south in the autumn and north in the spring. I stretch my neck like a goose to see the telltale V-formation in which they fly high in the sky.
These beauties are waterfowl living throughout North America. They are recognizable by their elegant long black necks, the distinctive honking sound they make, and flying in a V-formation.
Another fact which I found interesting is that they mate for life. Their habitats are near ponds, rivers, and lakes. They eat aquatic vegetation or grain and corn from nearby fields which is not often appreciated by the farmers. Their huge appetite produces large amounts of excrement which is an unpleasant side affect especially in urban park settings.
Well, from the title, you can see that I think these geese are wise, but I haven’t discussed that aspect of their nature. Please view the short video to learn about the instinctive wisdom of geese which we all could learn from and emulate!
Namaste. . . . .This Is Humans Learning from Geese!