ANSWERS: 11
  • Maybe he was lost
    • Myang
      I've heard that they never let others fly alone or left lost. left alone or whatever.. All i know is they're great in teamwork and they're always united. Maybe that bird has an amnesia? xD kidding! Maybe its a solitary bird. :)
  • Thats my pet bruce....here in canada we all have our own honker ;o) He'll find a flock to fly with, he may have stayed behind with one who was hurt and eventually died.
  • Aren't they monogamous (did I spell that right?)? I think they mate for life. That goose's wife, Melinda, got shot by a big, burly hunter named Bill. Now that goose has to fly all alone because he's too stupid to go find a new wife. Thats what he gets for being so commited to one goose.
  • he's the one in the gaggle that wouldn't shut up all last night. The rest of the gaggle got up and flew away without him.
  • the mate prolly a male was guarding the nest.
  • Someone shot its mate. They mate for life.
  • I saw one flying solo about a week ago ~ also wondered why. It was going the wrong way! Well that's what I thought, having seen an arrow formation flying north a few days earlier. YES we have them wayyyy down here in New Zealand :) .. I think they're gorgeous!
  • It got honked off by the others
  • His family probably flew over a hunting ground, and Yosemite Sam and friends probably blasted them.
  • No real answer but if it was headed North,it could have been coming up here to family. Wish I could send you some pics of Geese
  • I've heard that they never let others fly alone or left lost. left alone or whatever.. All i know is they're great in teamwork and they're always united. Maybe that bird has an amnesia? xD kidding! Maybe its a solitary bird. :)

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