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What Kind Of Geese Are These..... #8945250 10/28/23 11:09 PM
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Had our resident Bald Eagle running everything off the pond this morning. He first dived bombed some Cara Cara on the bank and chased them off the property. He then came back and dove on six geese and ran them off. They weren't the usual resident Canada geese though. They appeared to be all gray and their necks were thicker and shorter than the Canadas.

I am not familiar with the different species. Suggestions?


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Re: What Kind Of Geese Are These..... [Re: Tbar] #8945297 10/29/23 12:34 AM
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Specklebelly probably.

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Maybe. They flew right over me and I didn't see any white.


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Re: What Kind Of Geese Are These..... [Re: Tbar] #8945334 10/29/23 01:44 AM
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It’s not all white underneath.

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Re: What Kind Of Geese Are These..... [Re: Tbar] #8945353 10/29/23 02:16 AM
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Maybe Egyptian geese? they are showing up more and more, usually some private pond released pet/birds that are now feral. We've shot a few in Central Texas and north of Houston.
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