Hi there, I know it's a silly question... But yesterday it just came across my mind that I don't actually know if geese have ears. If they do, where are the ears located? If they don't, how can they hear? I'm sure they can hear me (or at least feel the vibration when I talk) because they response to talking, even when they were inside the eggs they could hear/feel and react. I tried to google but couldn't find anything useful, thanks for any tips!
Do geese have ears?
They do have ears. Let me see if I can find a picture...
Here's a picture from "The Book of Geese" by Dave Holderread
*Not all breeds have a dewlap
Edited by Going Bhonkers - 6/15/12 at 5:01am
It was easier to see them when they were 1-2 (or even 3?) week old goslings. Their down feathers around their ears looked a little different than the rest of their body