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Nat Geo’s Geese Leave the Nest | National Geographic ctm magazine



In the spring of 2019, a goose family nested at National Geographic headquarters in Washington D.C. The world watched as the goslings hatched. See what happened when they left the nest.
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32 Comments

  • National Geographic on May 10, 2019

    Thank you to everyone who watched with us as this family grew. We're so happy to have been able to share their story with you!

  • sahla hanifa on May 12, 2019

    This is too pure i love how they care so much about a couple of random birds who nested on their building

  • Frances Annette on May 12, 2019

    Good job NG 👍👏

  • zachelberry0188 on May 12, 2019

    I love Canada geese.

    baked, covered in gravy, next to some taters

  • felisa bravo carrillo on May 12, 2019

    😮😯😍🤭🐣🐣🐣🐣🐿️❤️👍👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏😊

  • Julie Enslow on May 12, 2019

    Thank you Nat Geo and friends for making this happen!

  • Teri Scallon on May 12, 2019

    this is fantastic

  • Eric Paquette on May 12, 2019

    I hope those babies don't come back next year to make their own nests like mamma then you'll have a lot more geese to bring through your building

  • gena_dt on May 12, 2019

    This is so beautiful. 🙌🏽

  • Вася Цыцин on May 13, 2019

    Молодцы!!!

  • Wild Life Russia on May 13, 2019

    So cute!

  • Maugly Sib on May 13, 2019

    Thank you very much, GeoNat, for the report!
    I worried a lot about the family. Just poor little wild animals in that dangerous Human World!

  • Kev S on May 13, 2019

    I watched the livestream for weeks, it's great to see a beautiful story finally had a happy ending, I know I will remember them.

    It would be really nice to see some followup video someday on how the goose family have been doing sine the new home

  • Kev S on May 13, 2019

    I have to say though the part where the goose parents followed the chicks into the NG building and elevator and all the way out was pretty funny and hilarious 😀

  • ike eki on May 13, 2019

    surprisingly polite geese

  • W Godoy on May 13, 2019

    Maravilloso

  • charlotte on May 13, 2019

    those geese probably chose the best place to lay their eggs. nat geo are probably the best people to take care of them 🙂

  • Flynn J. on May 14, 2019

    Beautiful

  • sparkdaniel on May 14, 2019

    Aren´t geese like a huge problem in the US? I think I read that not so long ago

  • Deep Recce on May 14, 2019

    A little kindness though unknown,
    But Great is your reward!

  • Mary Ellen Rose on May 14, 2019

    Were waiting on the seven eggs to hatch in the geese nest on the side of our pond.

  • Liuhuayue on May 14, 2019

    Goose parents are very loyal.

  • Wehrkreisersatzkomma on May 15, 2019

    zum weinen schön..

  • Tanaman Buah Nursery on May 17, 2019

    Amazin

  • Elizabeth Duncan on May 20, 2019

    The parent know right away NG is a safe place to stay. Thank you all for letting them stay there ❤ Also that moment when they slipped 😁

  • Raymond Lo on May 21, 2019

    survival rate of the baby in the wild is as long as 50% … best luck

  • ohohvalerie on May 28, 2019

    God bless

  • LunarMoon Doughnut on June 1, 2019

    They should of added the song “fluffing a duck”

  • classic white bread on July 14, 2019

    Dirty bird

  • Helen Orsanic on October 21, 2019

    The parent geese acted as though they understood what was happening. Otherwise they’ve been known to attack. AMAZING 😉

  • Arthur is Gae on October 23, 2019

    HONK

  • 2serveand2protect on November 9, 2019

    That's RATIONAL geographic! "Upon realizing that another trip to Africa would be smelly and gross we decided to stay at our office! " …ta-ta-ta-TAAA-ta!.. ta-ta-ta-TAAA-ta!…

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