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Thank you both.
I am of the opinion that all four are of the domestic variety, which were bred mainly from Greylags up to a thousand years ago with some hybridisation thrown into the mix. A lot of domestics still look like Greylags but only DNA testing is likely to prove one way or the other in mixed flocks such as this. A good rule of thumb is that Greylags generally migrate but domestics do not.
Well that suggestion is for the the one sitting down in the first image.
Spotted on Sep 21, 2013 Submitted on Sep 21, 2013