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Out for Dinner

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

They must be out on a date!


Green-winged Teal [Anas crecca] ~ 2016 #35

Burnaby Lake is one of my favorite places to go to get a good dose of nature. Super handy that it’s just a 5 minute drive from home. 100 more words

British Columbia

A Dabbling Duck

The Green-winged Teal, apparently very common in North America but nonetheless a very pretty duck.


Southwestward, to Goose Pond!

I write this entry from a Red Roof Inn on the outskirts of Evansville, Indiana. Work has me making numerous stops all over the state over the course of three days. 551 more words

Mitchell in March

A very bright but chilly day at the Mitchells sewage lagoons. The ponds weren’t too busy but there was a good variety of waterfowl including Northern Shovelers, Canvasback, Canada Geese, Bufflehead, Ring-necked Ducks and Green-winged Teals. 13 more words

Green-winged Teal in Vanier Park

Green-winged Teal (male and female) | Sarcelle à ailes vertes | Anas carolinensis or Anas crecca carolinensis: Taken in Vanier Park in Vancouver (British Columbia), Canada, on March 6, 2016, with a handheld Nikon D5200 and AF-S NIKKOR 200-500mm f/5.6E ED VR. 23 more words


Next up, the Green-winged Teal

Just like I was lucky to find a Northern Pintail a few weeks ago, I was lucky earlier today to find a Green-winged Teal drake. It was hanging out with a small flock of Mallards at the pond at Spring Grove Cemetery in Darien, Conn. 210 more words