We can ID this pair of geese as juvenile Ross's Geese as follows:
- Small, overall white goose with gray wash on crown, nape and back. The very similar juvenile Snow Goose has much grayer upperparts.
- Short, triangular grayish-pink bill with minor "grin patch" between mandibles. The "grin patch" on a juvenile Snow Goose is generally much more pronounced.
- The feathering at the base of the bill is vertical and relatively straight (this can really be seen in the first photo). In a juvenile Snow Goose the feathering is much more curved.
- Round head ( this can be seen in first photo). The juvenile Snow Goose has a head that is elongated and less round.
- Dusky line through eye.
- Greyish-pink legs.
- Black wingtips.
- Short neck.