Here are some female water birds at a local pond. The Common Goldeneye are frequent in most of the U.S. in winter and Canada in summer. Common Mergansers live in various places in North America, although not generally in Mexico, “the South” of the U.S., or the northern middle U.S. Mallards are found throughout North… Read More LADIES AT THE POND
I took a turn round the pond in this winter season with little to no snow. Here are some of the numerous birds I watched on this morning.
Wood Ducks are very conspicuous with their bright colors, face patterns, and sweptback crest on the males. They females are dull-colored with dark head and white eye patch. They are found in wooded water areas, also perching in trees. Wood Ducks eat primarily nuts and seeds. I have seen this Wood Duck along with a… Read More WOOD DUCK