Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Blue-winged Teals, May 23, 2018

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T is for Teals - waterfowl belonging to the Dabbling Duck group of birds

Tupelo, Mississippi, USA, April 11, 2018
Blue-winged Teals, Spatula discors, are migratory birds of North America. They spend the Winter in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean Islands before flying to Canada and the northern parts of the United States to breed and raise their young in the Spring and Summer. I watch for them in the Spring so I can get photos if they stop for a few days before continuing their journey.

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  1.'s nice to see something other than geese and mallards.

  2. Nice shot! I didn't see any of these the whole time I lived in Illinois, but finally got to see them here in Oklahoma. Happy Wednesday!

  3. I guess they are up here now! I'll keep an eye out!

  4. That's a sweet shot of those gorgeous ducks.

  5. We have ducks and geese returning to raise their families here in BC. - Margy

  6. so cute, aren't they

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