White And Blue
Photograph - Nature & Wildlife Photography
The Snow Goose (Anser Caerulescens) breeds north of the timberline in Greenland, Canada, Alaska, and the northeastern tip of Siberia. They fly as far south as Texas and Mexico during winter, and return to nest on the Arctic tundra each spring. The dark color of the blue morph Snow Goose is controlled by a single gene, with dark being partially dominant over white. If a pure dark goose mates with a white goose, the offspring will all be dark (possibly with white bellies). If two white geese mate, they have only white offspring. If two dark geese mate, they will have mostly dark offspring, but might have a few white ones too. These two Snow Geese one blue morph and one white morph, prepare to land at Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge near Sherman, Texas.
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January 19th, 2020
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