The wide array of Goose species can be roughly segragated into the grey geese, white geese, and the black geese.
Other birds like the Cape Barren Goose don't align to those three categories, which unlike some other 'geese' species hasn't been placed into the Shelduck subfamily.
Many of the birds we call Geese, such as this beauty to our left, are also placed into (or associated with) the Tadorninae subfamily.
What is similar amongst all Geese (regardless of their taxonomy) is their medium to large body stature, and extensive grazing habits. These birds are well known for being fantastic 'lawnmowers'.
We are currently working on all of the species files. What we have completed is listed below.