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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, August 20, 1974 The Lesser Snow (above) is a medium-sized goose approximately five pounds and all white except for black wing tips Main distinguishing features are the black serrated edge of the beak giving the appearance of a grin and the occurrance of a rust- orange stain common to the head and neck The Ross Goose (below left) is another all white bird with black wing tips It ran be distinguished from the Snow Goose by its smaller size, approximately three pounds lack of the black grinning patch on the bill, and the dark bumps or warts often situated at the base of the bill The Canada Goose is brownish grey with a characteristic long black neck and white cheeks Different varieties of Canadas are distinguished only by variations in size and shade of body color The common Canada weighs about nine pounds and is light colored the Lesser Canadas are also light colored but only average approximately 5 pounds in weight The White fronted goose (below right) commonly called specklebelly, is gi eyish brown with black and white blotches on the breast and abdomen The name was derived from the white band around the face at the base of the beak Photographs by Dr C G HANSON and W D WEBY ;