Canada Geese primarily feed on vegetation such as algae, leaves, grass, seeds, and berries, but occasionally consume insects and small fish. Canada Geese form bonded pairs and will stay together for years. Females often have a preferred mating site that they return to each season. They lay two to ten eggs and incubate for approximately 30 days. Canada Geese in the northern United States migrate long distances south for winter, while geese already residing in the south and warmer regions migrate shorter distances, if at all. When migrating, they fly up to 40 mph and can travel up to 1,500 miles in a single day.