NICK EICHER, HOST: Well, bird watchers may already know that the Pink Footed Goose is a common sight in parts of Europe, Greenland, and Iceland. But it’s uncommon in Kentucky.
So when American twitchers heard of the first-ever sighting last November, they flocked to the Bluegrass State to see for themselves.
One sighting had the goose swimming in a pond on a farm. But when birdwatchers convened, it was already gone. Then a member of the Audubon Society spotted the bird in a neighborhood close by and sent word out. And the happy gaggle of humans finally got their chance to see the rare Pink Footed Goose.
REICHARD: Sounds like a wild goose chase that ended well.
EICHER: Or how about this? “what’s good for the goose is good for those who gander at the geese …”
REICHARD: Good grief...
EICHER: It’s The World and Everything in It.
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