Kelp goose, #23760



Kelp goose, female with multicolored plumage very different from the pure white of male kelp geese.  The kelp goose is noted for eating only seaweed, primarily of the genus ulva.  It inhabits rocky coastline habitats where it forages for kelp. New Island, Falkland Islands, United Kingdom, Chloephaga hybrida, Chloephaga hybrida malvinarum, natural history stock photograph, photo id 23760Add To Light Table
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Kelp goose eating kelp, chick and adult male showing entirely white plumage.  The kelp goose is noted for eating only seaweed, primarily of the genus ulva.  It inhabits rocky coastline habitats where it forages for kelp. New Island, Falkland Islands, United Kingdom. Image #23752
Kelp goose chicks, nestled on sand between rocks.  The kelp goose is noted for eating only seaweed, primarily of the genus ulva.  It inhabits rocky coastline habitats where it forages for kelp. New Island, Falkland Islands, United Kingdom. Image #23753
Kelp goose chicks eating kelp (seaweed).  The kelp goose is noted for eating only seaweed, primarily of the genus ulva.  It inhabits rocky coastline habitats where it forages for kelp. New Island, Falkland Islands, United Kingdom. Image #23754
Kelp goose, male showing entirely white plumage.  The kelp goose is noted for eating only seaweed, primarily of the genus ulva.  It inhabits rocky coastline habitats where it forages for kelp. New Island, Falkland Islands, United Kingdom. Image #23755
Kelp goose, female with multicolored plumage very different from the pure white of male kelp geese.  The kelp goose is noted for eating only seaweed, primarily of the genus ulva.  It inhabits rocky coastline habitats where it forages for kelp. New Island, Falkland Islands, United Kingdom. Image #23758
Kelp goose chicks, nestled on sand between rocks.  The kelp goose is noted for eating only seaweed, primarily of the genus ulva.  It inhabits rocky coastline habitats where it forages for kelp. New Island, Falkland Islands, United Kingdom. Image #23759

Kelp goose, female with multicolored plumage very different from the pure white of male kelp geese. The kelp goose is noted for eating only seaweed, primarily of the genus ulva. It inhabits rocky coastline habitats where it forages for kelp. New Island, Falkland Islands, United Kingdom

Stock Photo: 23760
Species: Chloephaga hybrida, Chloephaga hybrida malvinarum
Location: New Island, Falkland Islands, United Kingdom
Format: Digital 3:2
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