African Geese + Brown African Geese
American Buff Geese
Andean Geese (Chloephaga melanoptera)
Ashy-headed Goose (Chloephaga poliocephala)
Blue-winged Geese + Abyssinian Blue-winged Geese
Brent Geese / Brant Geese
Canada Geese + Atlantic Geese + Aleutian Canada Geese
Cape Barren (Cereopsis) Geese
Greater White-fronted Geese
Kelp Geese (Chloephaga hybrida)
Lesser White-fronted Geese
Magellan Geese (Chloephaga picta)
Nene / Hawaiian Geese
Orinoco Geese (Neochen jubata )
Upland Geese or Magellan Geese (Chloephaga picta)
Roman Tufted Geese or Tufted Geese
Ruddy-headed Geese (Chloephaga rubidiceps)
Skånegås, also known as Scania Geese or South Sweden Geese
Sebastopol Geese + Danubian Geese
Smålens / Norwegian Spotted Geese: This breed is believed to be a descendent from the Scania goose. Their feet are yellow-red, bill is reddish, and the eyes are blue or brown with a red eye ring. This is a hardy bird with a short, wide body and two lobes to the paunch. They are relatively calm ducks. They are poor layers, averaging only 40 whitish eggs per year.
Toulouse Geese (Anser)
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