Saturday, February 21, 2015

Magpie Goose - Anseranas semipalmata - Skatgås

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Magpie Goose - Anseranas semipalmata
© NF Photo 140907 Cattana Wetlands, Queensland, Australia

This is a very unique goose and it is very interesting to read about it on wiki.  What immediately caught my attention was the fact that I saw them sitting in trees. Never seen a goose in a tree before. 

Lern more about Magpie Goose on wiki
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  1. Aren't they pretty! I love their markings!

  2. Wow....I have never heard of this particular goose...and such great markings. It's wonderful that you captured photos of them to educated us.

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  3. It is cool learning all the new birds from around the world. This Magpie Goose is new to me, great shots!

  4. I had never heard of these before, and they sure are lovely birds, beautiful setting too~

  5. I've only ever seen the Egyptian Goose up in a tree before. Nice images of them.

  6. They look too big to uree. great looking goose

  7. This is a really handsome goose ... the coloring is amazing and though they look like a goose, they don't seem to be like them. The male being larger, the gradual molt ... and they can sit in trees becasue their feet are only partially webbed. What a great find, Monica ...

    Andrea @ From The Sol

  8. Nice photos of the Magpie Geese and their habitat. They are down this way - sometimes - but I only rarely see them.

  9. Wow! What super looking Geese with Magpie like markings. Great shots!:)

  10. A fascinating goose...I had never seen one before!

  11. That is a lot of geese in one place.

  12. We have magpie geese here. The other day I got them flying past and landing in trees. Actually I recall the first time I saw them in a tree, bit strange really but it is probably safer than the ground in some places.


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