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The greylag goose thrives in manmade landscapes, such as along the Norwegian coastline. Yet they remain remarkably shy of people. In this seminar, you will learn about how its many fascinating physiological adaptations allow it to live such a life. Their adaptations have made them both a pest for farmers and a valued and traditional source of meat for people. Hunters regard the greylag goose as a very challenging prey. I will tell you how understanding their physiological adaptations is key to regulate the numbers of this very shy bird with success.

Presenter: Jo Jorem Aarseth