[CT Birds] Mystery Goose

Stefan Martin nafets519 at gmail.com
Mon Oct 16 22:51:15 EDT 2017


Hey Jim,
I don't have much in the way for suggestions other than checking some
fields guides to see if anything matches. As for photos, you can always try
'digibinning' using your phone to get something identifiable.

Cheers,
Stefan Martin

On Mon, Oct 16, 2017 at 5:34 PM Jim Pfeifer via CTBirds <
ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org> wrote:

> 10/16/07 - 5:10 pm, Cornfield on south side of Watchaug Rd., 700
> <https://maps.google.com/?q=Watchaug+Rd.,+700&entry=gmail&source=g> feet
> east of intersection with Four Bridges Road.  1,000+ Canadas, and one very
> light colored goose with striking almost white scalloping on the back.
> Slightly smaller that Canadas, but extremely light colored with a light
> tan/buff neck and head.  I don't think it is a juv. Snow goose or
> white-fronted, and I am thinking it may be a hybrid.  Anyone in the area,
> please take a look - man I need a camera.....
>
>
> James L. Pfeifer, LEP
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