The Taiga bean goose Bird (Anser fabalis) is a goose that breeds in northern Europe and Asia. This and the tundra bean goose are recognised as separate species by the American Ornithological Society and the International Ornithologists’ Union, Taiga bean goose Bird but are considered a single species by other authorities (collectively called bean goose), such as the British Ornithologists’ Union. It is migratory and winters further south in Europe and Asia.
Taiga bean goose Bird Facts:
Size: 66-84 cm
Voice: Honking and cackling call. Also hank…hank
Habitat: Marshes; lakes, during spring
Taiga bean goose Bird Medium to large goose, slimmer and more slender than greylag, with smaller head; orange legs and feet; long, black bill with orange stripe over upper mandible. Taiga bean goose Bird Dark brown upperwing-coverts. Feeds on herbs, grasses, sedges and grain. Define sightings recently in Harike in Punjab, Taiga bean goose Bird Alwar in Rajasthan and dibru-saikowa in Eastern Assam. Possibly overlooked.
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