I came across an old photo from years ago in Ontario and I'm unsure whether this is a Ross's Goose - which was pretty rare for Toronto in the late '90s - or just a Snow Goose, which was still an uncommon bird, but not nearly as much so as a Ross's. I've been trying to locate the old rare bird records, but haven't had success so far. Any thoughts on which one this is?
Just looked closer at the original photo and there is a distinct blueish-grey patch at the base of the beak. There was a record in March of 1997 of a Ross's in Etobicoke (which is where this photo was taken), so I'm going to do more digging. The beak in the original photo seems to have a fairly black line like a Snow, so it could be a hybrid - I'm hoping I can track down the record photos to see what that bird looked like.