Are these Geese?

by Rocky MacDOnald
(Anaheim, California)

Have been watching them for the last two weeks. Have been unable to identify them. Looking for any information about them.

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Jun 06, 2011
Egyptian Goose
by: Susan

Mary is correct - it is an Egyptian goose.

Jun 06, 2011
Mystery goose?
by: Judy-Seattle

Rocky, looking at your photo carefully, I get the impression that this could be a very young bird with immature plummage. Especially, the one in the background does not appear to have adult feathers. That could make it very hard to indentify. Could you get photo of the whole bird and post it?

Jun 06, 2011
Egyptian Geese
by: Mary

I checked on the internet and came up with Egyptian Geese, which is what they are that you sent a picture. Originally they came from Africa. They are duck like....Anxious to know what anyone else comes up with.

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