A juvenile Snow Goose was near the intersection of San Joaquin Hills Road and Backbay Drive this afternoon. Of greater interest at the same location was a teal that looked appropriate for an immature male Eurasian Green-winged Teal. It lacks the white vertical stripe on the anterior flanks that is found on male Green-wingeds. However, it also lacks the white horizontal scapular stripe that is typical of Eurasian males, given that it has yet to complete its preformative molt and still has brown juvenile feathers on its upper flanks. It does have the coarser black-and-white barring on the flanks that is common to Eurasian, as well as the subtly different facial pattern.
I'll post photos after the glorious Badgers victory over the nefarious Hurricanes in the Orange Bowl.