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2 minutes ago, lonesome55dove said:

Isn't a Common Teal the same as a Green-winged Teal? 


Some authorities consider it its own species, some only a subspecies. Common Teal is the Eurasian counterpart of a Green-winged Teal

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42 minutes ago, Connor Cochrane said:

Do you think we should count Common Teal as it's own species?

No. I looked at eBird and they have them as one specie.

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Correct me if I'm wrong, but because Broad-winged Hawk was removed from the list everything should be shifted down one, no?

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