Swan Goose

Anser cygnoides

A Swan Goose gander
Photo courtesy of Daniel Sörensen

The Swan Goose is native to central Siberia and winters in China. It is notable for its long, swanlike beak and neck. The domestic Chinese Goose was developed from this species.

A clutch consists of 5-10 eggs and is incubated for 28-30 days.


A pair of Swan Geese at a sale

Swan Goose ganders
Photo courtesy of Daniel Sörensen


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