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1 hour ago, The Bird Nuts said:

Yes, it's a Snow Goose, but it's called Blue Morph.

I actually have a question about the morphs. I saw a white moth snow goose that had some dark splotching on the back of its neck last weekend, and I was wondering whether it was a intergrade or a young bird with some juvenile feathers left. Also, those blue morph juveniles sure look like brants at first glance! 😂 

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