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Re: Duck, duck - GOOSE

Does it look like this? From a research station in Canada, and supposed to be cygnets, I guess of tundra swans.

Here's the main page, with a lot of interesting pix:

Not a swan because those babies have black beaks too. I'll have to look
up the Snow Goose. It could be a common grey goose..they have orange
beaks and feet. But there aren't any of those around here?????

james singer <islandjim1@verizon.net> wrote:Snow goose or swan?
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