Hi Guys, I recently moved to Arizona from Iowa within the last 7 months. I grew up hunting a lot of upland birds and migratory birds. I wanted to move to a different part of the country for a few years to try something new. I miss hunting greatly, and it's only 7 months so far. I will be back. But, the point of this post is that I was driving by some water holes down here in Arizona and noticed a neck collar on a goose. As the more driving I did, I noticed many neck collars. I bet I have seen over 50 since I have moved here. I have a picture here of what seemed to be a family of geese. Just a personal assumption. I got pretty close to these geese because they roost and spend most of their days on waters near parks. These geese are not all that shy of people. I did find out however they will his at you and raise their wings if you get to close. I took several pics, unfortunately with my camera phone, but you can at least get the idea here. There were a total of 9 birds in this group. All had neck collars and leg bands. All of the neck collars read C _ _ _, with a right leg band, and there was one neck collar that read B _ _ _ with a left leg band, if I remember correctly. I have always wanted to be able to chase after a flock with a neck collared goose, it is just hard to believe there are this many in Arizona? Give me some feed back guys... I'm just shocked right now.