Tundra Bean-Goose: A medium-sized goose with brown upperparts, tan underparts, and a white belly and vent. Tundra Bean Goose Anser serrirostris. There are two sub-species - the Taiga Bean Goose (anser fabalis fabalis) and the Tundra Bean Goose … The Bean Goose is a rare winter visitor to Britain. Identification. Tundra Bean Geese of the north-west Russian subspecies rossicus are regular winterers in Britain. Bean Goose (Taiga & Tundra) The Bean Goose is an uncommon winter migrant in the UK. There are two regular wintering flocks of Taiga Bean Goose, in the Yare Valley, Norfolk and the Avon Valley, Scotland. Not always safely told in the field from Taiga Bean Goose, but Tundra averages a shorter and thicker bill, vs. the longer, more sloping bill of Taiga. Tundra Bean-Goose: A medium-sized goose with brown upperparts, tan underparts, and a white belly and vent. Flying bean geese have more dark than white on their tails, and darker upperwings due to the minimal light frosting compared to Pink-footed Goose. Rather large, dark gray-brown goose with variable orange patch on bill (often extensively orange, unlike typical Tundra Bean Goose) and orange legs. Juvenile bean geese are also plainer and darker than the adults. Identification Guide of Tundra and Taiga Bean Goose - Danish: 1.51 MB: Identification Guide of Tundra and Taiga Bean Goose - English: 1.51 MB: Identification Guide of Tundra and Taiga Bean Goose - Finnish: 1.51 MB: Identification Guide of Tundra and Taiga Bean Goose - Ukrainian: 1.62 MB Anseriformes Order – Anatidae Family. POWERED BY MERLIN. Orange and black bill, and orange legs. Orange and black bill, and orange legs. Indications subspécifiques 2 sous-espèces. In flight lacks contrasting pale forewing areas of Pink-footed Goose and Graylag Goose. Description identification. (Photo: Paul and Andrea Kelly) Tundra Bean Goose: Dumpton, Kent (Jan 2004). Oie de la toundra (Anser serrirostris) est un oiseau qui appartient à la famille des Anatidés. It is a full species since 2007 and has two subspecies, “serrirostris” and “rossicus”.Both races breed in the northern tundra of Russia and Siberia, and winter southwards in Europe and Asia. Dark brown barring on the flanks, light brown barring on the back, white edging to the secondary coverts, and a white, "u-shaped" rump. Rather large, dark gray-brown goose with typically small orange patch on bill, and orange legs. Tundra Bean Goose: Myroe Levels, Londonderry (Jan 2004). adulte. Tundra Bean Goose has no regular wintering sites, but is found in small groups among other INTRODUCTION: The Tundra Bean Goose was formerly a subspecies of the Taiga Bean Goose (Anser fabalis).