There is no denying that the Pink-foot chicks are irresistable. They are just too cute and not afraid of people. It is perhaps not wise to go too close like Anna Rut did in this photo. When she was going to leave them they just followed her. They even tried to follow the car. In the end she was crying in the car because she thought they had lost their mother.
The Pink-footed Goose (Anser brachyrhynchus) is one of the characteristic species of the interior or highlands in Iceland. The number of breeding birds counts 45 – 50 thousand pairs, rapidly increasing in the last decades.
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