This canvas decoy is a Snow Goose. Millions of Snow Geese migrate south each year, especially to the rice fields of South Louisiana and Arkansas.
The White Fronted Goose is also called the “Specklebelly” because of the black spots on the belly. Older “specs” are called “generals” because of the bars on their chest.
Canada Goose populations have exploded in the last two decades in the Mississippi and Central flyways where sightings were rare in the past.