Wild Geese


Wild Geese -

The best known varieties of wild geese are the Canada and Brant.

The Goose">Canada is so much the most abundant variety that it quite generally carries the title of "Wild Goose" without respect to the other varieties which belong equally within the classification. It is also the largest, weighing from eight pounds upwards. The head and neck are black with a white band underneath, the back is of grey-brown, and the under parts vary from grey to white.

The Brant is a much smaller bird. The head, neck, upper breast and shoulders are blackish streaked with white, the back is of brownish-grey shading to white at the tail, and the under parts are ashy grey to white.


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