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10 Printable Goose Coloring Pages For Toddlers

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Do you want to teach your child about different types of waterfowl found in the world? Are you tired of utilizing the old, boring methods of teaching, and are you looking for some lovely coloring pages to introduce your little one to geese? Well, if you nodded along, then you have landed on the right page.

Goose is the largest waterfowl of the Anatidae family. The tribe comprises of three main genuses- Anus, Chen, and Branta. There are more than 12 species of geese, not including the domesticated and exotic varieties. So, here are ten stunning goose coloring pages that your kids will have fun decorating.

10 Lovely Goose Coloring Pages:

1. Goose:

Here’s a realistic coloring page of a goose. An adult goose has grayish-brown wings, black feet, legs, bills, tails, and head. It has a long black neck with white patches covering a part of the throat. And the neck of a goose is unyielding. Male geese are larger in size than the female geese, but the physical traits of both the sexes are identical.

2. Canada Goose:

Here’s a coloring image of a Canada goose with a short trivia about the bird. It states that a Canada goose is a 20 to 50 inches long bird, common throughout North America. It has a black crown, neck and head with distinctive white patches. The Canada goose lays up to 5 to 7 eggs at a time, and it likes to feed on grass, seeds, grain, and vegetation.

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3. Mama Goose With Goslings:

Here’s a Mama Goose coloring page with her goslings. Geese are quite ferocious and protective of their babies. They can injure the predators by flapping their wings. Young geese are light yellow in color and have a grayish-green head. These little animals look quite cute and adorable when they are young and make excellent pets.

4. Old Mother Goose:

Here’s a simple worksheet for nursery students. The coloring page requires children to guess the nursery rhyme by looking at the picture. The options are also there on the coloring page. Tell your child to circle the correct option and then color the image. You can also ask your little one to recite the poem.

5. Easter Goose:

Here’s a lovely coloring page of a goose and gander with their goslings. Mama and Papa are tending to their newly born children. The Gosling is one of the many symbols of Easter. It represents new life and spring. It’s a great coloring page to teach your child about various other symbols of Easter.

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6. Goose Swimming With Her Goslings:

Geese typically start nesting at the age of three and can raise four goslings a year. Geese are strong and tough. They rarely contract any diseases and do not require much care. You just need to give them some room and water to roam. It seems that the geese here got what they wanted and are happily beating the heat in the lake.

7. Brent Goose:

Here is a Brent Goose coloring sheet. It is a beautiful waterfowl, which is native to the western coastal tundra of Serbia, Russia, and Canada. It belongs to the Branta Genus that includes three sub-species. It is a stout goose with a black neck and head with white markings around the neck. The distinguishing feature of the Brent goose is its black bill, which is unique to just this species.

[ Read: Flamingo Coloring Pages ]

8. Greylag Goose:

The greylag goose is the largest Anser goose. It migrates towards south during the winter. The greylag goose always lags behind during migration, which probably gave it the name graylag. It is a grayish-brown goose with patterned plumage. Its upper parts are slightly darker than the underbelly. These birds have white rings around the eye and pink bills.

9. Pink Footed Goose:

The pink is another goose belonging to the Anser genus. These geese are native to the riverbanks, white meadow, marshes and lakes of Iceland, Greenland and Svalbard. The goose makes a loud, high-pitched honking sound, which is deafening to the ears. A Pink-footed Goose has a grayish brown body with a dark brown head and neck.

10. Hawaiian Goose:

The Hawaiian goose, as the name suggests, is native to the grasslands, coastal dunes and shrublands of Hawaii. It is one of the rarest geese in the world. Predators and Hunters had reduced the population of this species to just 30. But thanks to the conservation efforts of Sir Peter Scott, the numbers have now increased to tenfold.

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Allow your child to experiment with these coloring pages of goose. Has your child seen any goose in person? Why don’t you take him to the zoo to teach him all about geese? Tell us how he liked it. Leave your comment below.

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