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Ducks at a Distance
A Waterfowl Identification Guide

White-Fronted Geese


GIF -- Picture of White-Fronted Geese

Migrates chiefly in the Central and Pacific flyways but also present in the Mississippi. Rare in the Atlantic Flyway. Appears brownish gray at a distance. Often called "specklebelly". Most distinctive characteristic of the V-shaped flocks is the high pitched call kow-kow-kow-kow.


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