Genus Branta

Brent Goose - The Brant Goose is a small goose, about 60 cm long and with a short, stubby bill. The under-tail is pure white, and the tail black and very short .

Canada Goose - The Canada Goose was one of the many species described by Linnaeus in his 18th-century work Systema Naturae.

Cackling goose - The Cackling Goose , colloquially Lesser or Small Canada/Canadian Goose in North America, belongs to the genus Branta of black geese, which contains species with largely black plumage, distinguishing them from the grey Anser species.

Barnacle Goose - The Barnacle goose was first classified taxonomically by Johann Matthäus Bechstein in 1803. Its specific epithet is from the Ancient Greek leuko- "white", and opsis "faced".

Red-breasted Goose - The Red-breasted Goose is a goose of the genus Branta. It is sometimes separated in Rufibrenta but appears close enough to the Brent Goose to make this unnecessary, despite its distinct appearance.

Hawaiian goose - The Nēnē evolved from the Canada Goose , which most likely migrated to the Hawaiian islands 500,000 years ago, shortly after the island of Hawaiʻi was formed. This ancestor is the progenitor of the Nēnē as well as the prehistoric Giant Hawaiʻi Goose

Order : Anseriformes
Family : Anatidae
Genus : Branta