Chinese Goose ( I think!) please correct me if I am wrong.
This domestic goose came to say hello while I was observing the lake and photographing the two resident swans. It was such a cheeky personality, often photobombing my images and putting it's face near the lens, I thoroughly enjoyed spending some time with this awesome goose.
Whether it was his footprints across the sand, or his droppings on your tent letting you know he'd slept next to you the previous night, George made his presence known around camp. See the video of the "George the Goose" saga coming very soon.
Embden Geese are also known as Emdens in America, L'oies d'Emden in France and Belgium, and Emder Gaense or Emdener Gaense in Germany. The first Embdens arrived in Boston in 1821, where they were initially referred to as "Bremens" - named for the port of departure (Bremen in Northwest Germany). This breed is one of the oldest domestic breeds, with records of it dating back about 200 years. It is the most common goose used for commercial meat production, because of its fast growth rate, large size (nearly twice the weight of the common banyard goose) and feathers (double the feathers of the common banyard goose) - Beautyofbirds.com