Goose egg compared with our normal chicken's egg, compared with one of our chick's first eggs that we got a couple weeks ago! Look what I woke up to this morning! Our goose had started building a nest and they were acting funny, and our gander has gotten much more aggressive, so I knew it was almost time for them, but I went to let them out this morning and there was not only one egg in the nest, but two! Is that normal for the goose's first time? The only other explanation I have is if what we think is our gander is actually a male, but he's so characteristically male, super protective and everything, his honk is much more high pitched, etc. He came to us unsexed, and she came sexed, so we always knew she was a female, but is this weird? They seem a tad bit smaller than normal goose eggs, but hmm. I just haven't seen them doing that goosey love ritual yet. Any ideas? Either way, it's so exciting!