The world's rarest goose, the Nene calls the Hawaiian islands it's home. Uniquely adapted to rocky terrain, their feet have evolved with smaller webs, and longer toes for climbing. They are related to the Canada goose. They nearly went extinct in 1952 but due to conservation efforts from 30 birds have managed to make a comeback.
They are quiet, sweet geese who lay their eggs in winter. They will not breed until they are 2 years of age.
Being critically endangered, a Federal permit is required to sell them, and as of right now, we cannot sell them across state lines. Young birds available occasionally