Originally Posted by Camotracey
I took a few short video's, but in hindsight, they are probably not good enough quality to help with identifying things, but I figure why not share them.
From the beginning I have always talked to them, saying "Goose Goose Goose", I'm sure anyone seeing me do this would think I am a little strange, but they talk back, so it can't be that strange can it. Sometimes they get right into it, but in this case they were a bit put off by the phone I think.
In this next one, one of them decides to follow me, and the rest eventually join in. They are more independent now, they used to always follow me around all the time, but now it depends on how into grazing they are.
Here are a few photos (hopefully a bit clearer). The white one has blue eyes, as do two of the other ones with the more white. The other three have brown eyes.
There are two with similar colouring like this one, and they both have blue eyes
This is the white one, and he also has blue eyes (the photo does not show the blue as much, but they are perhaps a dark turquoise blue)
This is one of the ones with brown eyes
Here is a picture from the front. The white one and the two with the white on the neck are the three with the blue eyes
It would be interesting to find out if they are as they were described (Pilgrims), but the reality is they are really nice geese no mater what breed they are. The main reason for asking is to find out if they will live happily together in the future, and to perhaps help others in the future identify pilgrims (as I have photo's listed going back to early on). So what I really want to know is if it is possible to tell based on the pictures what sex they all are, and if so are they a good mix, or am I likely to have fighting in the future.