Greyleg Geese at Keoladeo National Park, Rajasthan, India
Greyleg Geese at Keoladeo National Park - is a large bird with mottled grey white plumage, a short orange beak and pink legs.
Greylag Geese normally mate for life and build nest on the ground amongst vegetation. They are also known to have both homosexual as well as heterosexual partners.
Greylag Geese prefer being herbivorous and are usually eating all the time on young actively growing grasses - plus berries + water plants like duckweed or sweetgrass. They are also known to feed on mollusks, crustaceans, small fish and amphibians. Its not uncommon to find them grazing with sheep or cows and in winter they occupy semi-aquatic habitats.
Keoladeo National Park near Agra, located in Rajasthan, India is a Natural UNESCO World Heritage Site. How to reach Keoladeo National Park?