Wild geese fly south in autumn. Wild geese belong to migratory birds. Flying south is to spend the winter. Migratory birds generally have migratory habits and regularly travel between wintering sites and breeding sites with seasonal changes. They have large groups, regular time and place of arrival and departure, and fixed wintering sites, breeding sites and migration sites.
Wild geese are wild geese of the duck family. They have a large body shape, a high base of the beak, almost the same length as the head, a strong tooth process on the edge of the upper jaw and a strong hard horny sheath on the upper jaw; There was no sarcoma in the forehead, which was streamline; The neck is thick and short, the wings are long and pointed, and the tail feathers are generally 16 ~ 18; The body feathers are mostly brown, gray or white.
Every autumn and winter, wild geese fly from their hometown Siberia to the south of China for the winter. There are two main flight routes: one route from Northeast China through the Yellow River and Yangtze River basin to the coastal areas of Fujian and Guangdong, and even as far as the Nanyang islands; Another route passes through Inner Mongolia and Qinghai to Sichuan and Yunnan, and even as far away as Myanmar and India to spend the winter. The next year, he flew back to Siberia to lay eggs and breed.