During the second year of their lives, Canada geese find a mate. The female lays from two to nine eggs with an average of five, and both parents protect the nest while the eggs incubate. The incubation period, in which the female incubates while the male remains nearby, lasts for 24–32 days after laying.
I have been seeing goslings frequently this week and saw these two at L’Amoreaux Park in Scarborough.
Some other photos I have taken of goslings:
L’Amoreaux Park has forest, field, brook and pond.
The day that I visited was very unseasonal for May. 0 degrees, very windy and occasional snow pellets falling. This kept my bird count low:
When April blows his horn,
It’s good for hay and corn. – Proverb