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Eurasian White-fronted Goose

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Eurasian White-fronted Goose

Post by MisterT » 24 Jan 2016, 19:58

Single White-fronts are always worth a second look, as in this case. This Eurasian White-fronted Goose was seen at Stoneybridge, its pink bill very noticeable, especially when compared with the half dozen Greylags it was associating with.

The Gyrfalcon was seen at Bornish late this afternoon hunting wildfowl on the loch.

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