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Green-winged Teals Molting & Migrating

In much of New England Green-winged Teals, our smallest dabbling (feed mainly on the surface rather than diving) ducks, are present either during the breeding season, or over the winter, but most of Vermont and New Hampshire have to settle for glimpses during spring and fall migration. 129 more words

Autumn at Fernhill

Fernhill Wetlands is the place to be in autumn. Even after the extensive wetland renovations that have taken place, resulting in less open water, the Cackling Geese still congregate here by the thousands. 112 more words

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Green-Winged Teals

This gallery contains 3 photos. Teals are small ducks, and the Green-Winged Teal is the smallest species of duck found in North America. The adults look like ducklings  429 more words


08 august 2016 - PNW Migration Update

Minimal movement last night in the Metro Area.  The onshore flow might have been a deterrent.  There was a nice flight across the Strait again so birds are on the move – just not widespread yet. 87 more words


We actually took a small hike to the river and managed to get a shot of a Green Winged Teal getting ready to take off


Out for Dinner

Here’s a pair of Green-winged Teal feeding.

They must be out on a date!