An illustration of animals fleeing from a food bowl.

Animals Fleeing From Bowl

An illustration of animals fleeing from a food bowl.

The modern ship- or goose-barnacle after removal of the right valve.

Ship Barnacle

The modern ship- or goose-barnacle after removal of the right valve.

Also known as the burrow-duck and the sly goose, the common European sheldrake has been known to make its nest in abandoned rabbit burrows.

Common Sheldrake Duck

Also known as the burrow-duck and the sly goose, the common European sheldrake has been known to make…

An extreme form of the expanded foot, which is adapted for swimming.

Expanded Foot

An extreme form of the expanded foot, which is adapted for swimming.

"The Pelecanus bassanus f Linnaeus and the Sule bassana of modern ornithologists, a large sea-fowl long known as a numerous visitor, for the purpose of breeding, to the Bass Rock at the entrance of the Firth of Forth, and to certain other islands off the coast of Britain, of which four are in Scottish waters." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Gannet

"The Pelecanus bassanus f Linnaeus and the Sule bassana of modern ornithologists, a large sea-fowl long…

Five Geese roaming the streets.

Geese

Five Geese roaming the streets.

Five geese waddling under a fence out to the street.

Geese Waddling

Five geese waddling under a fence out to the street.

Four geese waddling next to a fence in the country. While waddling they were "honking and hissing like a bewildered orchesta.

Geese Waddling

Four geese waddling next to a fence in the country. While waddling they were "honking and hissing like…

An illustration of a flock of geese on a path toward a town.

Flock of Geese

An illustration of a flock of geese on a path toward a town.

An illustration of a goose and a gander, also known as a male goose.

Two Geese

An illustration of a goose and a gander, also known as a male goose.

Giant chasing man with goose riding a rabbit.

Giant

Giant chasing man with goose riding a rabbit.

Girl with geese in the wind.

Girl

Girl with geese in the wind.

A young girl crying because of three noisy geese.

Girl and Geese

A young girl crying because of three noisy geese.

When attacked, the goose makes a hissing noise similar to that of some snakes.

Goose

When attacked, the goose makes a hissing noise similar to that of some snakes.

When attacked, the goose makes a hissing noise similar to that of some snakes.

Goose

When attacked, the goose makes a hissing noise similar to that of some snakes.

Goose wearing a princess hat.

Goose

Goose wearing a princess hat.

Tangrams, invented by the Chinese, are used to develop geometric thinking and spatial sense. Seven figures consisting of triangles, squares, and parallelograms are used to construct the given shape. This tangram depicts a goose.

Goose

Tangrams, invented by the Chinese, are used to develop geometric thinking and spatial sense. Seven figures…

Tangrams, invented by the Chinese, are used to develop geometric thinking and spatial sense. Seven figures consisting of triangles, squares, and parallelograms are used to construct the given shape. This tangram depicts a goose.

Goose

Tangrams, invented by the Chinese, are used to develop geometric thinking and spatial sense. Seven figures…

Tangrams, invented by the Chinese, are used to develop geometric thinking and spatial sense. Seven figures consisting of triangles, squares, and parallelograms are used to construct the given shape. This tangram depicts a goose.

Goose

Tangrams, invented by the Chinese, are used to develop geometric thinking and spatial sense. Seven figures…

Tangrams, invented by the Chinese, are used to develop geometric thinking and spatial sense. Seven figures consisting of triangles, squares, and parallelograms are used to construct the given shape. This tangram depicts a goose.

Goose

Tangrams, invented by the Chinese, are used to develop geometric thinking and spatial sense. Seven figures…

A girl surrounded by a flock of geese with the nursery rhyme "The Goose Girl".

The goose girl

A girl surrounded by a flock of geese with the nursery rhyme "The Goose Girl".

The wing muscles of a goose.

Goose Wing

The wing muscles of a goose.

A small species of goose common in both Europe and America, known in the United States as the brant.

Brent Goose

A small species of goose common in both Europe and America, known in the United States as the brant.

Also known as the wild goose of America, the Canada goose averages about forty inches in length fully-grown, and is known for its yearly migration between Canada and the United States.

Canada Goose

Also known as the wild goose of America, the Canada goose averages about forty inches in length fully-grown,…

"The Canada Goose is an American wild goose 30 to 35 inches long, brownish above, lighter below, head, neck, bill and feet black, a white patch on the cheek; breeds in the N. of the continent and migrates S. when the frost becomes severe."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Canada Goose

"The Canada Goose is an American wild goose 30 to 35 inches long, brownish above, lighter below, head,…

The cereopsis goose is found in Australia, and is about the same size as the common goose.

Cereopsis Goose

The cereopsis goose is found in Australia, and is about the same size as the common goose.

A gander and goose

Goose and Gander

A gander and goose

Bernicla ruficollis, the Red-breasted Goose of West Siberia, which migrates southwards, strays to Britain and is portrayed in the paintings of Egypt, is black, with white loral patch, rump, sides and belly, the ear-coverts, fore-neck, and chest are chestnut outlined by white and the two wing-bands are grey." A. H. Evans, 1900

Red-breasted Goose

Bernicla ruficollis, the Red-breasted Goose of West Siberia, which migrates southwards, strays to Britain…

Also known as common gannet and as the channel-goose, the soland-goose is common to the sea between England and the Isle of Wight.

Soland Goose

Also known as common gannet and as the channel-goose, the soland-goose is common to the sea between…

A goose is a web-footed bird of the duck family.

Wild Goose

A goose is a web-footed bird of the duck family.

"Goose is the name of a well-known family of natatorial birds. The domestic goose is believed to have descended form the greylag goose. It is valued for the table and on account of its quills and fine soft feather. The body is large and heavy, the neck long, the head small, and the bill conical, the wings long and powerful, the feet somewhat long, with small toes. In summer the wild goose inhabits the polar regions, migrating south in flocks on the approach of winter. The nest which is of coarse grass, is generally situated in marshy places."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Wild Goose

"Goose is the name of a well-known family of natatorial birds. The domestic goose is believed to have…

Goosey, goosey, gander, wither shall I wander, up stairs, and down stairs, and in my lady's chamber.

Goosey Gander

Goosey, goosey, gander, wither shall I wander, up stairs, and down stairs, and in my lady's chamber.

The letter H surround by geese and a young girl peeking back.

The letter H

The letter H surround by geese and a young girl peeking back.

Hand-shadow of Goose

Goose

Hand-shadow of Goose

An illustration of a hen raking the barnyard while  a goose, cat, two dogs, and a hen watch.

Hen Raking Barnyard with Animals Watching

An illustration of a hen raking the barnyard while a goose, cat, two dogs, and a hen watch.

"A cook roasting a goose; he holds the spit with one hand, and blows the fire with a fan held in the other. A second person is cutting up joints of meat and putting them into the pot, which is boiling close at hand." — Goodrich, 1844

Egyptian kitchen

"A cook roasting a goose; he holds the spit with one hand, and blows the fire with a fan held in the…

In birds the lungs are confined to the back wall of the chest. They are not separated into lobes, but are oblong and flattened in shape, and connected with a series of air-receptacles scattered through various parts of the body. Shown is the right lung of a goose. Labels: 1, A bronchial tube which divides into two tubes that open into the abdominal air-receptacles (2).

The Right Lung of a Goose

In birds the lungs are confined to the back wall of the chest. They are not separated into lobes, but…

Mother Goose

Mother Goose

Mother Goose

Fox, goose and a sausage

Pictorial banner

Fox, goose and a sausage

This puzzle is based upon one of the Mother Goose rhymes. The pictures represent the last word of the six lines of the verse.

Mother Goose Puzzle

This puzzle is based upon one of the Mother Goose rhymes. The pictures represent the last word of the…

"Swan, in the act of swimming, the right foot being fully expanded and about to give the effective stroke, which is delivered outwards, downwards and backwards, as represented at r of fig. 50; the left foot being closed, and about to make the return stroke, as shown at s of fig. 50. In rapid swimming, the swan flexes its legs simultaneously and somewhat slowly; it then vigorously extends them."—Pettigrew, 1874

Swimming Swan

"Swan, in the act of swimming, the right foot being fully expanded and about to give the effective stroke,…

"The wind has blown the gate quite open wide; / To shut it, no one will step aside: / 'I have no business with another's gate,' / So thus the selfish man will surely prate: / An open gate, the cattle soon find out, / And trample in with hogs who root about; / A motley drove now wander o'er the ground, / And desolation, is seen around."—Barber, 1857

What is Everybody's Business is Nobody's Business

"The wind has blown the gate quite open wide; / To shut it, no one will step aside: / 'I have no business…

An illustration of an elderly woman with a cane feeding a goose.

Elderly Woman with Cane Feeding

An illustration of an elderly woman with a cane feeding a goose.