We have 2 African geese (1 male, 1 female) and 4 American Buffs (2 males, 2 females). All born this spring and came from the same farm at the same time. They free range during the day. They share a pen with 4 ducks when they are in there. They pretty much are only in there for dinner and overnight (they have separate houses). Anyway, They all stick together when they free range. Except for Butterfly- female American Buff. She sticks to herself. Everybody else comes running out of the pen when I open the gate and stay close together. Not Butterfly. She comes out and goes straight to 1 particular flower bed and plops down. Its her spot. Everybody else wanders around and she just sits there. She has a tendency to stick closer to the ducks than the other geese. She seems calmer, less timid and more watchful than the others. She seems to be in her own world, doing her own thing. She doesn't run away from our dogs like the others. She lets random people come fairly close to her before she walks away and then she goes slowly. My husband thinks something is wrong with her. She is probably my favorite though because she is so calm. Is it weird that she acts the way she does? She definitely doesn't act like the rest of ours or the others from the farm they came from. But is it just her personality or is something a little off?