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July 14, 2016 – Northern Shoveler (Anas clypeata)

These ducks are found in North and Central America, Eurasia, parts of northern South America, and Africa. They feed on small invertebrates that they filter out of the water with their wide bills, as well as some seeds. 61 more words

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Northern Shoveler [Anas clypeata] ~ 2016 #44

I did miss last Monday’s post as I took the Victoria Day weekend off from blogging. It was a good weekend consisting of a little bird watching (including finding a new spot, admiring ducklings/goslings and finding a lifer!), house cleaning, organizing the past few months’ pictures (an important task which I’ve fallen behind), playing video games (ie- Minecraft with my son) and (after my son went to bed) binge watching Season 5 of Game of Thrones. 178 more words

British Columbia

Unusual beauty

With new vegetation springing up near the edges of the ponds at Huntley Meadows Park, some of the ducks are now hanging out within range of my camera rather than in the middle of the pond. 88 more words

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Northern Shoveler

Widespread across the world, the beloved Northern Shoveler is a dabbling duck.

Typically found in open wetlands, they prefer mud-bottomed marshes where they hunt for invertebrates. 161 more words

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Post-dawn serenity

I love the serene beauty of the early morning. The light is soft, often tinged with pastel shades of pink and orange, and colors are especially saturated. 87 more words

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Northern Shoveler (Anas clypeata)

The northern shoveler is a common and widespread duck. It breeds in northern areas of Europe and Asia and across most of North America,wintering in southern Europe, Africa, the Indian subcontinent, Southeast Asia, and Central, and northern South America. 194 more words

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