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  • Canadian Goose

    The fall color from a Ginko tree is coloring the water golden. Vasona Park, Los Gatos, California

  • Shoreline, Mt. View, California

  • Canadian Geese

    Shoreline, Mt. View, California

  • Canadian Goose

    Los Gatos Creek, San Jose, California

  • Canadian Goose

    Shoreline, Mt. View, California

  • Canadian Geese

    Phil & Marilyn Isenberg Sandhill Crane Preserve, California

  • Canadian Geese - chicks

    Shoreline, Mt. View, California

  • Canadian Goose

    Los Gatos Creek, San Jose, California

  • Canadian Goose

    Shoreline, Mt. View, California

  • Snowy Geese

    Merced NWR, California

  • Hawaiian Goose (Nene)

    The Nene or Hawaiian Goose, is a species of goose endemic to the Hawaiian Islands. The official state bird of Hawaii, the Nene is exclusively found in the wild on the islands of Maui, Kauai and Hawaii. Kona, Hawaii

  • Greater-white Fronted Geese

    This goose Breeds across the tundra from Nunavut to Siberia, across Russia, and in Greenland, the Greater White-fronted Goose has one of the largest ranges of any species of goose in the world. In North America, however, it is common only west of the Mississippi River, where it is found in large flocks in wetlands and croplands. Cosumnes River Preserve, California

  • Greater-white Fronted Geese

    Merced NWR, California

  • Greater-white Fronted Geese

    Cosumnes River Preserve, California

  • Brant Goose

    An abundant small goose of the ocean shores, the Brant breeds in the high Arctic tundra and winters along both coasts of North America. The Brant along the Atlantic have light gray bellies, while those off the Pacific Coast have black bellies. Jamaica Bay NWR, NY

  • White-faced Ibis

    Silhouetted Ibis against an early morning sky. Merced NWR, California

  • White-faced Ibis

    This species breeds colonially in marshes, usually nesting in bushes or low trees. Its breeding range extends from the western USA to Mexico, as well as from Brazil and Bolivia to Argentina, and Chile. Merced NWR, California

  • White-faced Ibis

    Merced NWR, California

  • White-faced Ibis

    Merced NWR, California

  • White-faced Ibis

    Merced NWR, California

  • White-faced Ibis

    Merced NWR, California

  • White-faced Ibis

    Ibis flock flying into a rising sun. Merced NWR, California

  • White Ibis

    Found from the Gulf Coasts to Mexico and Central America. Florida

  • White Ibis

    Everglades National Park, Florida

  • Northern Bald (Waldrapp) Ibis

    Critically endangered, most birds are in southern Morocco. SF Zoo

  • Scarlet Ibis

    Native to South America and islands of the Caribbean. Denver Zoo, Colorado

  • Australian White Ibis

    Native to Australia. Sydney, Australia

  • Australian White Ibis

    Sydney, Australia

  • Black-necked Swan

    Native to South America. Bronx Zoo, NYC

  • Black Swan

    Native to Australia and New Zealand. The species was hunted to extinction in New Zealand, but later reintroduced. Lake Rotorua, New Zealand

  • Mute Swans

    Native to Europe and Asia, Introduced to North America. Toronto, Canada

  • Mute Swans

    Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY

  • Mute Swans

    Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY

  • Mute Swans

    Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY

  • Mute Swans

    Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY

  • Mute Swans

    Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY