Being a newby to colored Sebs, I and I'm sure many others would like to know how breeders tell the difference between gosling's colors? I know that whites look yellow with a little dark on there heads and back sometimes but would like to know how you guys know if a gosling is going to be gray, blue, lavender, buff, saddle back, splash, or any other color sebs come in when you have different colored Sebs in the same pen??? Pictures showing the differences in newly hatched goslings would be great!!! So who's going to help educate us all??? I will start by posting a few of my own. Pic 1 is a gray goose, and pic 2 is a white gander... pic 3 is a white goose. They are all less than a week old.