Single bird. The only goose in this part of the park. Never previously observed by me at this site.
No interactions present.
I am asking this because I genuinely don't know the answer.
How do we know which parents a hybrid has? Is it a case of it looks a bit like one kind of goose and a bit like another? If this is the case then we might be on dodgy ground unless, of course, someone has done the science to show that such parents give rise to this offspring.
I'm also a bit uneasy when I see illustrations of various hybrids and their parents in guide books.
Maybe I just need to be reassured :-)
Lat/Lng: 51.905628, -0.179595
OS grid ref: TL253245