This spring has sprung a new Canada goose family at Coventry Lake. The babies were seen swimming across the lake in an orderly fashion. The Canada Goose finds a mate and remains monogamous for its life. They will often be seen swimming with one parent in front, followed by the offspring, with the other parent trailing. Males give a lower pitched hwonk and females a higher pitched hrink. The offspring of a goose are called goslings. The baby geese pictured below are courtesy of Bing images.