Anas crecca

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common teal of Eurasia and North America

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Birds like flamingos, the Siberian crane, common teal, black tailed-Godwit and wood sandpiper can easily be spotted around the lake.
ducks with clinical signs Common name (taxonomic name), n = 8 each Mild Severe Tufted duck (Aythya fuligula) ([dagger]) 4 3 Eurasian pochard (Aythya ferina) ([dagger]) 3 1 Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos) 0 0 Common teal (Anas crecca) 0 0 Eurasian wigeon (Anas penelope) 0 0 Gadwall (Anas strepera) 0 0 Total 7 4 No.
By experimentally infecting wild ducks, we found that tufted ducks, Eurasian pochards, and mallards excreted significantly more virus than common teals, Eurasian wigeons, and gadwalls; yet only tufted ducks and, to a lesser degree, pochards became ill or died.
Of the 2 migratory birds positive for the H5 gene, the first was a common teal (Anas crecca) captured in the Nile Delta region of Damietta in October 2005 (online Appendix Figure, panel A).
In January 2006, an influenza A H5 virus (weak positive result) was detected in another common teal (trapped in a cage by a fisherman) sampled from the Damietta region in December 2005 (online Appendix Figure, panel A).
Some of the popular migratory birds visiting the region including goose, shoveller, red-crested pochard, white-eyed pochard, common teal, mallard, Pintail, gadwall, wigeon, coot and greylag.
Birds like goose, shoveller, red-crested pochard, white-eyed pochard, common teal, mallard, pintail, gadwall, greylag arrive in plenty at the Hokersar Wetland.
Within 8- 10 weeks, Pochards, Common Teals, Tufted Ducks, Gadwalls, Garganeys and the Greylag and Bar- headed Geese will also have checked- in into Delhi.