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Northern Pintail, Duck Species, Duck Pictures, Duck Photo, Wildlife Pictures, Bird Migration, Duck Art, Duck Decoys, Great Plains

Northern Pintail Identification, All About Birds, Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Elegant Northern Pintails swim through wetlands and lakes with their slender necks and long, pointed tails held high. Intricately patterned and pale-faced females join males fashioned with a signature white stripe down their chocolate-colored necks. These eager breeders head to the prairie pothole region of the Great Plains, as well as Canada, and Alaska to nest as soon as the ice breaks up. Large groups congregate in wetlands, lakes, bays, and even waddle through agricultural fields eating…

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Photos and Videos for Redhead, All About Birds, Cornell Lab of Ornithology Male Redhead, Redhead Light, Redhead Female, Redhead Duck, Duck Mount, Duck Photography, Waterfowl Taxidermy, Duck Species, Duck Breeds

Redhead Photos and Videos for, All About Birds, Cornell Lab of Ornithology

With a gleaming cinnamon head setting off a body marked in black and business gray, adult male Redheads light up the open water of lakes and coastlines. These sociable ducks molt, migrate, and winter in sometimes-huge flocks, particularly along the Gulf Coast, where winter numbers can reach the thousands. Summers find them nesting in reedy ponds of the Great Plains and West. Female and young Redheads are uniform brown, with the same black-tipped, blue-gray bill as the male.

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Beautiful Wild Animals, Duck Pictures, Duck And Ducklings, Duck Photo, Baby Polar Bears, Photo Animaliere, Duck Bird, Baby Ducks, Mallard Duck

Seattle Mallard Duck

While I was walking down to the shore line at Gasworks Park this duck came up to me hoping to get food I think. I was able to get this closeup before he slowly turned away. It wasn't raining so the waterdrops must have come from his diving. I've always wanted a good close shot of one of these and finally got it. Most of the ducks I tried to approach would always move away except this one.