Hey, that Branta canadensis. The kinda brown goose looking bird. The one with the long dark neck, black beak, black feet and the white bit under the chin; that one, yeah, that ours. The typical Canada Goose.
Average weight 1.1kg – 8 kg (extreme weight for the giant canadian goose)
Average wingspan 127-173cm (2m for the giant version)
This bird breaks it down too. Across the wideness that is Canada, 11 subspecies with wingspans ranging from 90cm all the way to 2m for the giant Canada goose.
The male and females of a subspecies will always look alike.
When flying in formation these geese will fly in a V shape to make it as efficient as possible to communicate and perform directional changes to the whole group of flyers.
These birds can be found as far south as Mexico and the southern US states.
They probably use a lot of their 13 different calls on their long migratory flights that draw them closer together once a year; twice if you count the return trip.
But yeah … those are Canada geese.