A pair of Blue-winged Teal
Photo courtesy of Clyde Robinson & Avian Empire
Blue-winged Teal are widespread over much of North America during the breeding season. This species is quite similar to the Cinnamon Teal, which is a more southern bird. The males are distinctive but the females almost identical.
The 6-12 creamy white eggs are incubated for around 23 days.
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Another pair of Blue-winged Teal
Photo courtesy of Sally Zacharias
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