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9 stunning photos of Colusa waterfowl | Local News - KCRA Home

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Bue-winged Teal Duck. The Eastern Flight Path of North America brings these all the way down to Okeechobee. Beautiful birds.  Blue-winged Teal Duck via Bird's Eye View at www.Facebook.com/aBirdsEyeViewForYou

Bue-winged Teal Duck. The Eastern Flight Path of North America brings these all the way down to Okeechobee. Beautiful birds. Blue-winged Teal Duck via Bird's Eye View at www.Facebook.com/aBirdsEyeViewForYou

TEAL: A Baikal Teal duck. See that blue green beak? THAT is teal. And he'd know.

TEAL: A Baikal Teal duck. See that blue green beak? THAT is teal. And he'd know.

A surprisingly small dabbling duck, the Cinnamon Teal(Anas cyanoptera) is one of the most easily recognized ducks in western North America and South America because of its warm, rich colors. While females are more camouflaged, their exaggerated bill shape also helps distinguish them from similar ducks. Along with the ruddy duck, the cinnamon teal is one of only two waterfowl species to have breeding ranges in both North and South America.

Cinnamon Teal

A surprisingly small dabbling duck, the Cinnamon Teal(Anas cyanoptera) is one of the most easily recognized ducks in western North America and South America because of its warm, rich colors. While females are more camouflaged, their exaggerated bill shape also helps distinguish them from similar ducks. Along with the ruddy duck, the cinnamon teal is one of only two waterfowl species to have breeding ranges in both North and South America.

Teal - Green-winged Teal duck by ottersdontflush, via Flickr. Male and female different; males are gray with a chestnut-colored head with a green blaze extending from the eye across the side of the head; females colored similar to a female Mallard with a distinctive green speculum. Nesting area, Alaska, northwest Canada across southern Canada, and western United States (Ducks of the World)

Teal - Green-winged Teal duck by ottersdontflush, via Flickr. Male and female different; males are gray with a chestnut-colored head with a green blaze extending from the eye across the side of the head; females colored similar to a female Mallard with a distinctive green speculum. Nesting area, Alaska, northwest Canada across southern Canada, and western United States (Ducks of the World)

Cinnamon Teal (Anas cyanoptera) Native to South America and western North America. (Wikipedia)

Cinnamon Teal (Anas cyanoptera) Native to South America and western North America. (Wikipedia)

An adult male green-winged teal (Anas crecca) in breeding plumage, resting in a marsh. This dabbling duck is a migratory species that breeds...

An adult male green-winged teal (Anas crecca) in breeding plumage, resting in a marsh. This dabbling duck is a migratory species that breeds...

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