Taxonomy[ edit ] The grey goose genus Anser has no other member indigenous to the Indian region, nor any at all to the Ethiopian, Australian, or Neotropical regions. Ludwig Reichenbach placed the bar-headed goose in the monotypic genus Eulabeia in ,[ citation needed ] though John Boyd's taxonomy treats both Eulabeia and the genus Chen as subgenera of Anser. It is also much paler than the other geese in this genus. In flight, its call is a typical goose honking. Bar-headed goose wing flapping in Hadinaru lake Mysore The summer habitat is high-altitude lakes where the bird grazes on short grass.
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