Branta Canadensis
- a wild goose found in North America. It has a brown and white body, and a black neck and black and white face.
- full scientific naming: kingdom animalia, phylum chordata, class aves, order anseriformes, genus branta, species canadensis.
- they are often found in large open fields, preferably with a body of water nearby.
- they mate for life and will often return to the same nest year after year.
- they are very common and in some places are considered a nuisance. They are known for their honking calls, large migrations (they fly in V formation), eating bread young children and old people throw to them, and defecating all over large fields.