Alopochen aegyptiaca

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Photograph by Alice Levine.

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Alopochen aegyptiaca – Egyptian goose, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Cape Town, South Africa.

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Someone laid a goose egg.

Turned out pretty well, actually.

Glen Davidson

They have some of these at the Oakland CA Zoo. Occasionally they “migrate” a short distance away. A few years ago one showed up at a local lagoon in Alameda where there are lots of Canada geese and mallards - it didn’t seem to be welcome in either group, and eventually disappeared.

Paul Burnett said:

They have some of these at the Oakland CA Zoo. Occasionally they “migrate” a short distance away. A few years ago one showed up at a local lagoon in Alameda where there are lots of Canada geese and mallards - it didn’t seem to be welcome in either group, and eventually disappeared.

We have one at the Cleveland (Ohio) zoo.

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