Greylag Goose

About the Greylag Goose
Also known as: Graylag Goose, Greylag, Graylag

The Greylag Goose is a common species of goose across parts of Europe and Asia. It was previously known as the Wild Goose.

The Greylag Goose is a large goose - the biggest species in its genus. They have pinkish legs and feet, with a orange-pink bill. The body plumage is a greyish-brown.

Greylag Geese breed in wetland habitat. Some populations are migratory, while others remain on territory year-round.

The Greylag Goose is the ancestor to domestic goose species, such as the Embden Goose.

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