About the Orinoco Goose
The Orinoco goose is named for one of the longest rivers in its South American habitat. This duck-sized goose can often be found perching in small trees, rather than swimming or flying like most geese. Males and females have identical plumage: a mottled, pale breast, neck, and head; blackish-green wings and tail; and a white rump. They do have different communication styles, however: the male goose’s call is a high-pitched whistling, while the female goose cackles.