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American Wigeons


The number of American Wigeon at the Bracebridge Ponds has grown to six as of this morning. All were in cell 2 along with several Blue-winged and Green-winged Teal, a Northern Shoveler, American Black Duck, and many Mallards and Wood Ducks. A Northern Pintail and a Pied-billed Grebe were in cell 1. A Bufflehead, a Common Goldeneye and five Hooded Mergansers were in cell 4. Also in cell 4 there was a Greater Scaup in close proximity to a Lesser Scaup, allowing for a good comparison of the two male birds. The only shorebird seen was a Semipalmated Sandpiper at the south end of cell 2. About a dozen American Pipits were along the middle roadway. A Green Heron was in the ditch north of cell 4. There were very few Warblers...only a couple Yellow-rumped, four Common Yellowthroats, and a Palm.

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