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  1. Both photos taken this July in eastern Scotland in a wooded area with a pond. 1. What bird? https://i.imgur.com/K7IX8WK.jpg 2. Greater or Lesser Scaup https://i.imgur.com/O3IU1vZ.jpg
  2. 2/16/2019 near Universal Studios Orlando. I'm leaning toward male Mallard X Mottled and female pure Mottled.
  3. Can anyone tell me what species of duck this fellow is please? I've never seen one like it before. In southern Alberta 22km south east of Cardston. Photo taken Oct 6/18. He was with a whole lot of American Coots.
  4. hi, I saw this bird today in Toronto, Ontario. is it a mallard (juvenile?) or wigeon (why not white forehead?). thx
  5. This duck appeared swimming in a fresh-water canal behind my home in Boca Raton, FL. It does not look like the usual ducks that I see here (Muscovies and FL mottled ducks and an occasional mallard in eclipse mode). It was seen on Oct 30, 2018.
  6. Hello, I saw this bird in wetlands in Spain. It was in a wild bird reserve, with apparently a lot of northern shovelers, common teals, common pochards, red-crested pochards and mallard ducks (according to their info boards). I suppose it is one of those. Unfortunately we can't see the colours properly and it was taken from a distance with the sun in my eyes so I couldn't tell. It looked very much like a female mallard - and might be one - but to me the bill looks longer than a mallard's. Is it a teal? Thank you!
  7. When I saw the duck in the attached photo it was standing so that it's breast was out of the water. The breast looked odd and different to me, very speckled, so I snapped a couple of pics. Unfortunately I've deleted everything except this one photo and now looking at it this duck does not seem to be a Mallard like I originally thought. Sorry - photo is a huge crop. The bill is lighter at the base and gets darker towards the end and the striping on the head looks "different" too. I can't find many pictures of them, but from what I can find I think this could possibly be a male eclipse Garganey. Seen in Orange County, California on 9/27.
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