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Wild Geese may refer to:
- Goose or sometimes specifically the greylag goose
- Wild Geese (soldiers), Irish soldiers who served in European armies after being exiled from Ireland
- The Wild Geese Memorial erected at Rockingham, Western Australia to commemorate the Catalpa rescue of Fenian prisoners
- Wild Geese (song), a war poem by Walter Flex, a later song is popular in airborne units
- Wild Geese, a 1986 poem by Mary Oliver
- The Wild Geese (Mori novel), a 1911 Japanese novel written by Mori Ogai
- Wild Geese (novel), a 1925 Canadian novel (by Martha Ostenso)
- The Wild Geese (Carney novel), a novel written by Daniel Carney
- The Wild Geese, a 1978 British mercenary war film based on Carney's novel
- Wild Geese II, a 1985 sequel to the above
- Code Name: Wild Geese a 1980 Italian mercenary war film
- Wild Geese (video ballad), a 2006 English video ballad
- Wild Geese, the name of Rize and Sharo's rabbit from Is the Order a Rabbit?
- Wild Geese GAA
- London Irish Amateur, also called London Irish Wild Geese
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