Nene Geese (Nay-nay), the worlds rarest goose. These small Hawaiian geese are significantly smaller than traditional geese, standing approx 16 inches tall. They are lovely friendly geese, that are endangered.
In the mid 18th century there were thought to be 25,000 nene. That number crashed to just thirty by 1950! Today there are thought to be 2,500 alive and well in the world either in the wild, in zoos or in wildfowl collections.
Eggs: 3 or 4 per clutch
Conservation Status: Vulnerable