Not quite, but much, much better. We decided to take the foot "brace" off the little gosling who arrived with a turned under right foot.
It's definitely much improved. At least it's out flat now rather than folded under. It looks curved more to the center of her body with a pigeon-toed (gosling-toed?) angle to it.
Here's a picture of her normally formed left foot for comparison. Whether the right foot will straighten out more on its own now that we've taken off the corrective adhesive only time will tell.
She's walking on it as if nothing is wrong, has a normal goose gait and seems quite healthy although she's still much smaller than the other gosling we think is the second female. Either she's really a runt . . . or she's not a Pilgrim goose like her other three brooder mates!
Perspective of a shepherd
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