Posted on February 14, 2015
By Michael Griffiths
Sunrise: 07.26 Sunset: 05.19
Category: Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve
Wow… Very unusual.
I don’t recall seeing another.
Cool! A mutation!
It looks a little bit like I have photoshopped another neck and head onto CG’s body, but I haven’t.
Mike, stunning photography. Thanks for allowing us to share in it.
Thank you for your appreciation.
Reblogged this on Ledyard Walks and commented:
A naturalist who knows his patch. Great visuals.
Is it not a greylag?
Silly me! It’s a Greylag. Thanks. Sarah.
Sorry Mike 😉
This greylag has a black tip to its beak.
Yes, that’s intriguing! I suppose it could be a hybrid.
It might be a Canlag, Sarah.
Ha ha ha! Or a Greyada? Unless it’s part White Fronted which could make it a 50 Shades of Greylag!
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