Geese Anser anser depart earlier in spring: an analysis of goose migration from western France over the years 1980-2005.
As wild goose cannot be legally sold, I can't use it in my business and I have plenty of both Pinkfoot and Greylag
in my freezer from wildfowling trips.
Some 25,000 barnacle geese from Spitsbergen descend on the meadows, salt marshes and mud flats on the Solway coast of Dumfries and Galloway; hundreds of swans (Icelandic Whooper and Siberian Bewick) and many geese (pink-footed and greylag
) arrive at the same time, making it quite a display.
These include waders such as lapwing, snipe, redshank and curlew, wildfowl such as pink foot and greylag
geese, widgeon and teal, and mammals such as otter, water vole and water shrew.
Birds like goose, shoveller, red-crested pochard, white-eyed pochard, common teal, mallard, pintail, gadwall, greylag
arrive in plenty at the Hokersar Wetland.
Bird species testing positive for highly pathogenic avian influenza virus subtype H5N1, Sweden and Denmark, 2006 * Avian order and species Scientific name Podicepidiformes (great crested grebe) Podiceps cristatus Anseriformes Mute swan Cygnus olor Whooper swan Cygnus cygnus Greylag
goose Anser anser Goose spp Anser spp.
The same three firms are offering best price (3-1) about Greylag
Craig winning the puppy open at 8.15, and this is one show you do not want to miss.
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).
Fecundity was everywhere - mallard ducklings, little fluff balls of perpetual motion, and more sedate greylag
goslings adorned the water alongside their watchful parents.
Originally a wild game bird, anser anser, the greylag
goose is the ancestor of our domesticated farm birds.
A right-hand bend then takes our route over a causeway with trees on the right and moorland, left, to pass the ruined 19th century Grimwith House, and information boards help us to identify greylag
geese and widgeon along the shore of the reservoir.
The youngsters were hired to make as much racket as they could to stop flocks of hungry greylag
geese eating crofters' crops in the Outer Hebrides.