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duaney2 wrote:I believe it is a Taverner; they often have a white ring and the breast color is light like theirs. Compared to an Aleutian this goose appears to be too large. They are small bodied geese slightly larger than a Cackler with a very blocky head and short bill like a Cackler. Their neck ring is very distinct and wide all the way around. My vote is for Taverner because of the above and the bill appears a little too long for an Aleutian which is 32-38mm. The norm is much closer to the shorter end of this measurement. If you measure the bill it will probably be too long to be an Aleutian. Taverners are usually around 40mm in an adult.
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