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Re: Duck,> photos online

If his development is anything like a Canada's, I guess he'll be fully feathered in maybe 4 or 5 months. The Canadas on the lake here go from yellow fluff to small versions of adults very quickly.


He couldn't be a yearling yet- or he'd have all his feathers..... so
does anyone know how fast a goose goes from the little yellowy-brown
fluffy thing to the larger white fluffy thing??


Jesse Bell wrote:

I have no idea how old he is...he is just now getting his first little
feathers. I've never HAD a goose before...so I have no clue?
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