Where Do Geese Sleep? How Do They Sleep?
Wild geese tend to sleep on the water and typically only sleep on land when they feel safe from predators.
Birds that make nests (and there are plenty that don’t even bother) use them to contain and raise their young. They’re not designed for sleeping at all.
Forget the Nest
Wild on the Water
Geese Can Sleep With One Eye Open
Geese and other birds utilize something called unihemispheric slow-wave sleep (or USWS).
Sleeping in Mid-Air!
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