Hi all! I have two young Brown African geese that I recently acquired..they are both young, One is about 4 weeks, the other maybe 6 weeks..I'm assuming based on what the breeder said the youngest was. Anyway, I decided I wanted to learn to vent sex them. I'm a hands-on person, and I'm not squimish. I watched the Metzer video on vent sexing and tried my hand. I also have call ducklings and pekin ducklings and they were EASY. One of the geese was easy..saw a penis almost immediately..the other, I saw nothing protruding..but what I first mistook as a penis I am not sure. This "thing" I saw was tiny..laid flat, and had a black tip. It was in the shape of a wave..best I can describe it..and it did not protrude whatsoever no matter how much I tried to expose it. I am wondering if this is what is called the "female eminence"? I know I am new to vent sexing, but honestly it was very easy with the ducklings and the smaller gander...I'm just not 100% what I saw on the older goose. Can anyone identify this flat, non-protruding object with a black tip? Btw..it was not white like the penis was on the gander..and like I said, did not protrude at all..it was like it was attached to the outer lining. I am hoping to get advice from someone who is skilled, or confident in their goose vent sexing abilities who may have seen this before. Please don't feel the need to inform me of how dangerous it is to vent sex without experience, I'm aware of the risk I took..and do plan to do it again to gain more experience. Thanks!