Gray Saddleback Pomeranian Geese
Gray Saddleback Pomeranians are a medium size geese. There heads, backs, and flanks are gray while the rest of them are white. They have pinkish red bills, reddish orange legs, and blue eyes. They lay between 15 to 70 large white eggs a season. Some have described them as looking arrogant due to there flattened heads, stout necks, prominent breasts, and rounded bodies. They make a very colorful flock Some Pomeranians are docile, but others are quick to respond aggressively if they read nervous body language. Pomeranians greet visitors noisily so make good watch birds. They originated in Germany where Pomeranian refers to utilitarian goose breed. Pomeranians are the only descendent of the European Greylag, which is bred for a single-lobed paunch. However in North America some exhibit two lobes. They also make great meat geese. An adult gander will weigh about 15 pounds while a female goose will weigh about 13 pounds. Pomeranians are critically endangered.