The Canada Geese are often found in pairs or flocks. They adapt easily to many habitats, and thrive wherever grass, grains, or berries are available. Typically, they live in northern North America and fly south when the cold winter arrives. When they migrate, they form aerodynamic v-formations and can cover 1,500 miles in 24 hours in favorable winds. They remain in flocks year-around, except while nesting.