The Canada Goslings huddled around each other inside their brooder, they appear red because of their heat lamp that directly provides support to them throughout the day and night.

Patient of the Week: Let Canada Goslings Stay Wild

Every spring, we receive orphaned Canada Goslings at the Wildlife Care Center. We care for them while scouting for appropriate adoptive families. Canada Goose parents are quite caring and communal, and will adopt babies that are the same size as theirs if they join the “line up.” This allows us to always send healthy goslings back out to be raised in the wild, giving them their best chance at survival, with the unparalleled care and knowledge an adult goose can provide.

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