Artist's description:

The Mother of all Geese, the Greylag Goose (Anser anser) is believed to be the ancestor of most modern day domestic Geese. It is the largest of the native UK and European native Geese and, to my eye, it is very similar in size to a Canada Goose (Branta canadensis).
This beautiful bird is officially classed as amber status in the UK, meaning moderate cause for concern for the population numbers.
In the South of England release of birds has been ongoing for a number of years to help re-establish their population with some success, but the population found in Scotland are from the original native stock and retain more of the natural behaviours of true wild birds.
This was taken on the Isle of Mull, the second largest of the "Inner Hebrides" off the West Coast of Scotland.

Materials used:

Giclee print

3 Greylag Geese on the Isle of Mull, Inner Hebrides, Scotland, UK (2014)

$394.81

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This artwork is sold by James Bennett (Mr Bennett Kent) from United Kingdom

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