Snow goose, rare in the Netherlands


This September 2016 video from De Onlanden nature reserve in Drenthe province in the Netherlands shows a snow goose among a flock of gray lag geese.

Snow geese are North American birds, very rare in the Netherlands. This goose does not have a ring; so, it may have flown all the way from North America.

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