Four more white-fronts flew in, thought about landing, circled, and then landed across the road, drawing my eye to the Ross's that was sitting distantly close to some grapevines.
I tried a few more spots not finding much aside from Mute Swans and was heading toward home when I noticed a bunch of geese at the Anna Lane Flooding. Not terribly surprisingly there was a Ross's type in with them as well.
It has some blue wartiness to the bill base...
but the head is less round than yesterday's Ross's Goose
And you can see that the bill base has a decent amount of curvature where it meets the face.
After finding this bird I actually drove back to Scottdale to make sure that the original Ross's was still there; it was.