However, if the greylag goose
population continues to increase in mid-Norway, this may be a future resource challenge for the pink-footed geese.
MATT DAVITT, of Montalt Road, Cheylesmore, caught this great shot on film of a Greylag goose
Most recently, Group 3 coronaviruses have been detected in greylag goose
(Anser anser), mallard duck (Anas platyrhynchos) and pigeon (Columba livia).
The landscaped park, with two ponds and manmade islands has created the perfect breeding spot for the greylag goose
White-fronted Goose Greenland W A Barnacle Goose Greenland E A A Pink-footed Goose Iceland, Greenland E Greylag Goose
Iceland N populations with low success 3 6 5 3 N populations with data available 22 22 22 21 % populations with low success 14 27 23 14 TABLE 2.
The prosecution told how Buster, who has since been castrated, set about the greylag goose
during an early morning walk in the royal park on Easter Monday.
This is contrary to the study by Bregnballe and Madsen (2004), who found that greylag goose
numbers near the hunting site were not significantly reduced on the first or second day after a hunting event, hence the geese did not move away after a hunting event.
7%) sequences in 1 pink-footed goose and in 1 greylag goose
THIS stunning photograph of a greylag goose
is included in an exhibition by graduates from Coleg Sir G--r's West Wales School of the Arts on display at Dinefwr Park and Castle until February 27.
Breeding species include little grebe, pochard, greylag goose
and sedge warbler.
The birds, which migrate here, are Geese; Greylag Goose
, Ducks, Gadwalls and Mallards, which is a resident of this place while some ofhem, have migrating here.
Even so, the work has paid dividends: it now hosts 74 bird species, including a recent spotting of the rare Greylag goose
A 2-year-old, domestic greylag goose
(Anser anser) was presented to the Avian Ambulatory Unit of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria-Nigeria, with the complaint of a bulging mass around the vent region (Figs 1 and 2).