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Brace Yourself, Canada Goose Season Is Coming Soon

The violent Canadian bird is coming home.
Brace Yourself, Canada Goose Season Is Coming Soon

Spring has sprung and that can only mean one thing. Canada goose season is coming in hot. 

Depending on the weather conditions, the birds, which have been called some of Canada's scariest creatures, make their way back north anytime from April to early May.

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This means that any time now, we could see an influx of Canada geese taking over parks, paths, and even parking lots outside of buildings. 

That's not all though — the spring season is also when the birds breed, and that means they will be defensive around their nests, honking, hissing, flapping, and potentially biting anything that they perceive as a threat, including humans

So brace yourself, Canada, because goose season is coming. 

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