Nests, Eggs & Baby Birds


"Egyptian Goose"






Photograph by
Ski S. Diverscreek Waterfowl
Photograph by
Ski S. Diverscreek Waterfowl
Photograph by
P&H Harris
"mother and babies"






Nest: Nest sites highly variable; on ground under bushy cover, in old nests of other large birds and in holes and cavities in trees, cliffs, and buildings, usually not far from water.

Food: They eat grasses, and other vegetation, but since they are not true geese, they also will feed heavily on insects...such as crickets.











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