This is a video of a lesser white-fronted goose, between brent geese and barnacle geese, in The Netherlands, Schiermonnikoog.
International action to save Lesser White-fronted Goose
A new plan will help stimulate international conservation to save the fastest declining species covered by the African-Eurasian Migratory Waterbird Agreement (AEWA). The ‘International Single Species Action Plan for the Conservation of the Lesser White-fronted Goose Anser erythropus [Vulnerable]’ provides a framework for coordinated international action across its extraordinary migratory route which spans Europe and parts of Asia. …
The largest part of the bird’s population nests in Russia, migrates across Central Asian states such as Kazakhstan and winters in countries like Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Iraq and Iran. Because the Lesser White-fronted Goose’s migration route regularly takes it across 22 countries, it has become a flagship species for international cooperation.
Conservation plans for Greenland white-fronted goose after populations drop by 30% in 10 years: here.
White-fronted goose with transmitter: here.