Short abstract from the book:
White-fronted goose is a rare migratory visitor in the Faroes. No white-fronted goose has been ringed in the Faroes but three foreign ringed birds have been recovered. One young bird was ringed during autumn migration on 29 September 2001 in Hvanneyri, western Iceland, and was controlled in Vatnsoyrar, Vágar on 30 October 2005. Close to Wexford in SE Ireland two young birds from a flock of eight were ringed on 23 March 2007. Both were controlled during spring migration on 16 April 2007 at Eiðisvatn, Eysturoy at 10 AM, and again five hours later in Saksunardalur, Streymoy along with five other white-fronted geese. The distance between the two sites are 7-8 km.
Read more about the species in the chapter from The Faroese Bird Migration Atlas here