The bar-headed goose (Anser indicus) gets its common named from the two bars of brownish-black colored feathers that wrap around the back of its head. This goose has a light grey body, white on its face and neck, orange legs, and bill. Its feet are webbed and it has broad wings.
- Where to see them: Central Asia, northern India
- Length: 2.5 feet
- Weight: 4lb-6.5lb
- Diet: Grass, wheat, barley and rice