The Canada Goose was out with her newest offspring, letting them get used to the water. She and Dad Goose were very mindful of anyone or anything getting too close to the babies.
The Canada Goose is a wonderful example of having children and setting them free.
- In the beginning of their life, the goslings are the most important part of the parent's life.
- Mama Goose teaches the babies the correct things to eat, how to move through different currents, how to see danger and how to be safe. The goslings take it all in.
- As the goslings get older, the parents teach them about the "oneness" of the flock, and about being in service to the flock. Service involves things like taking your turn as lead on the flying squad, staying fit, and taking your turn at guard duty.
- The goslings move forward in life with a sense of strong self worth, ready to take on anything, and to travel great distances.