I have 3 Africans (not the "supers") from Metzers. We bought a pair over a year ago. Male and female. I became very familiar with their differences. My male has an extra long neck and his honk is a looooong shriek and very high pitched. Their lone hatchling from this year sound just like his daddy and looks just like him too (long neck, high pitched shrieking honk). We managed to pick up a Holderreads Buff African this Summer. "She" is stunning. BUT I only have the 1 and she is gigantic and her honk is WAY different from my other Africans. It's very low. No high pitch sounds at all. She is about 5 months old now and she is much much larger than my 18 mo male Metzers fella. Anyone familiar with this breed's sounds? Since I have no other goose like her to compare her too- sexing is tricky for me. I know I could feather sex but I really can't afford that right now. This is Waffles. This image is at tops 2 weeks old. I don't expect the image to help sex her- but I couldn't not share my pretty goose (or gander). Thank you for any feedback you can offer. I could even record a small video of 'her' honking too if that would help. It's SO deep. I didn't know geese could honk so low. Another thing I notice my other males do- when danger or threat is near they crane their necks ALL the way up to the sky and and shriek. Waffles does not do this, she still keeps her head low and honks that deep honk. I am totally unfamiliar with this type of African stock. She is really just so different from the other hatchery stock.