This goose was present with the flock off Stewart Park, Ithaca, NY on 24 November 2000, and was associating with the domestic goose pictured above (Mom? sibling?). Its Canada Goose heritage is very apparent from the dark neck, facial pattern, and overall body pattern, but the white behind the bill and the long red bill itself point to a domestic goose parent.
The following apparent hybrid geese were hatched and raised at Stewart Park, Ithaca, NY in the summer of 2002. The parents were clearly domestic geese, but it kind of looks like Mom was fooling around with a Canada Goose. These geese closely resemble the one seen in 2000 (above). This form appears to be rather common, at least in Upstate New York over the last few years. It closely resembles the e"Greater White-fronted X Canada Goose hybridf" pictured in the Sibley Guide to Birds, but is probably far more frequently encountered than that presumably rare hybrid.