The nest of the Canada Goose consists of a large open cup, made of dry grasses, lichens, and mosses, lined with down and some body feathers. Usually placed on slightly elevated sites near water, such as pond edge or muskrat mound.
The eggs are creamy white and the incubation period is from 25-28 days. Clutch size number between 2-8 eggs. -- info from Cornell All About Birds website