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23rd November 2015 Sightings


Amble Marshes; 1 Green-winged Teal briefly this morning.

Padstow area; Single Pale-bellied Brent Goose and Goosander as well as 5 Turnstone, Curlew, Redshank, Little Egret, Robin and Coal Tit. 29 more words

Bird Sightings

Green-winged Teal (female) at Stanley Park

ISO 1250 | 300mm | f/5.6 | 1/500, cropped

Green-winged Teal (female) | Sarcelle à ailes vertes | Anas carolinensis or Anas crecca carolinensis: All photos taken at… 103 more words


Long Point

Remembrance Day morning looked dull and grey, but as we headed to Long Point things started to brighten up!
In fact, although it was a little chilly it was another gorgeous November Day. 302 more words

End of the Day

Plenty of Goldfinches still to be found at the Wetlands! But otherwise the first pond was completely empty. However walking down the trail towards the other cells there was plenty of action from waterfowl coming and going; mostly Canada Geese and Mallards although there were also smaller numbers of Bufflehead Ducks and Green-winged Teals. 125 more words


In between the welcomed rain squalls this morning, I checked out Yamhill sewer ponds…first Lesser Scaup of the season for me.  One pair.The little duck to the right of male scaup is Green-winged Teal. 181 more words


Green-Winged Teals

This gallery contains 2 photos. A male Green-Winged Teal enjoys the calm waters of Piper Spit/Burnaby Lake. Only at Burnaby Lake can we see these diminutive dabbling ducks (the smallest in North America) literally 126 more words


Ducks galore, part 3: Green-winged Teal

Green-winged Teal (female) | Sarcelle à ailes vertes | Anas crecca: As I’ve been saying for the past couple of days, I saw a number of returning fall ducks over a week ago (September 22, 2015) at the pond in Vancouver’s Jericho Park. 51 more words