blue-winged teal

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American teal

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Species Date Cover type Wetland class Black-crowned night heron 27 April 2013 none 4 Black-crowned night heron 14 May 2014 none 4 Blue-winged teal 10 May 2014 none 3 Black-crowned night heron 22 May 2014 none 4 Blue-winged teal 21 May 2014 none 4 Painted turtle 22 April 2014 1 X 1 3 Painted turtle 21 April 2014 6 X 6 3 Species Mortality Study area Black-crowned night heron yes Tewaukon Black-crowned night heron yes Chase Lake Blue-winged teal yes Chase Lake Black-crowned night heron yes Devils Lake Blue-winged teal yes Devils Lake Painted turtle no (released) Tewaukon Painted turtle no (released) Tewaukon Table 3.
[bar] A blue-winged teal, similar to the one currently enjoying Sandy Water Park
"This makes it easy for our customers to find a specific wine on the shelf because, for example, our chardonnay will always have a blue-winged teal on the label." She adds that they want the duck or goose to be as large as possible on the label to further assist consumers with selection.
Brown boobies, kingfishers, spotted sandpipers, blue-winged teal ducks, banana quits, iridescent hummingbirds, indigo buntings, pink flamingos toucans, blue and green and purple herons, tropical mockingbirds, royal terns, snowy egrets, and palm warblers are just a few of the teeming birds.
One day her mate brought home the remains of a blue-winged teal he'd snatched from a gang of vultures.
Kortright (1967) states that Blue-winged teal were clocked with automobile at speeds ranging over 45 miles per hour with only the Green-winged teal being the faster flier.
Puddle ducks including Gadwall, Mallard, Blue-winged Teal, Northern Shoveler, Northern Pintail, and Green-winged Teal were more likely to be encountered than diving ducks throughout the period.
They include a red-footed falcon from Eastern Europe, seen in Cambridgeshire, and a North American blue-winged teal spied in Norfolk.
For each nest (defined as a bowl containing one or more eggs), we recorded species (Blue-winged Teal, Anas discors; Northern Shoveler, A.
We check off duck species at a furious pace - cinnamon teal, blue-winged teal, golden-eye, canvasback.
A number of plants and animals inhabit the area, as do waterfowl, such as mallards, northern pin-tail, blue-winged teal, and wood ducks.
Waterfowl like the blue-winged teal have been hard hit because developers and farmers have drained thousands of acres of wetlands.
Major species were the blue-winged teal (57 percent), mallard (19 percent), gadwall (11 percent), northern pintail (6 percent), and northern shoveler (6 percent).
Caption: November blue-winged teal flight over the Delta last fall.
Serum samples from blue-winged teal, American green-winged teal, and mallard ducks were screened by using blocking ELISA (FlockCheck AI MultiS-Screen antibody test kit; IDEXX Laboratories, Westbrook, ME, USA) to detect antibodies against the influenza virus nucleoprotein.