There are two unusual visitors at Laguna Lake by our home. The first time I saw them was in January, then in June and one other time in 2017. They looked like exotic birds. Eventually, I found out that they are Egyptian Geese. The Egyptian goose is a member of Anatidae, the biological family of birds that includes the duck, goose, and swan. It is native to Africa, south of the Sahara and the Nile Valley. Egyptian geese were considered sacred by the Ancient Egyptians and appeared in much of their artwork. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Egyptian_goose
They are not regular residents of Laguna Lake. I have seen them only three times. Do they have a regular home? It is a mystery about these exotic Egyptian geese!
Frank’s Durch Foes the Photo: Tuesday Photo Challenge – Exotic Birds