Mom & dad geese get goslings to jump off an 8-foot roof, which is basically the opposite of human parenting.
As a human parent, one of the most important things you spend your time doing is urging your children not to plummet several times their body height onto hard surfaces below—which is exactly the opposite challenge faced by these Canadian geese parents. They must have made their nest on top of this car port roof, because otherwise there's no good explanation as to how a whole family of goslings got up there. As dangerous as it looks however, the geese parents sit patiently on the ground honking at their offspring until they all plummet flapping to the ground, making a scary-sounding splat upon landing. Don't worry, though, they're fine. It's all part of the learning process.