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A close call but the colour of the legs seem to match C.picta
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For Shelduck, read Sheldgoose. Both are included within the Tadorninae, so not a major error!
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A close call but I concede my id was wrong. Also think some of the rusty markings lower down the neck and the lack of a white eye ring suggests female Upland goose.
The bolder black and white contrasting barring on flanks surely makes this the i.d. but I stand to be corrected. I'm going by Sir Peter Scott's illustration in the Key to the Wildfowl of the female.
scientific name:Chloephaga picta leucoptera
Lat/Lng: 54.1921, -2.9091
OS grid ref: SD407777
Seen in park at Grange-over-Sands among a lot of other ornamental wildfowl.