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Waterfowl of North America: Black & white photographs (following page 450)
Waterfowl of North America, Revised Edition (2010)
  • Paul A. Johnsgard, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Date of this Version
1-1-2010
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From Waterfowl of North America, Revised Edition (2010). Copyright © 2010 Paul A. Johnsgard.
Abstract
Steller Eider, Pair Spectacled Eider, Adult female Spectacled Eider, Adult male Oldsquaw, Male in Summer Oldsquaw, Male in Winter Oldsquaw, Female in late Spring Harlequin Duck, Adult male Harlequin Duck, Pair American Black Scoter, Male (Courtesy Felix Neck Wildlife Trust) European Black Scoter, Pair Surf Scoter, Male (San Diego Zoo Photo) Surf Scoter, Pair White-winged Scoter, Male (Courtesy Felix Neck Wildlife Trust) White-winged Scoter, Adult female Bufflehead, Adult males Bufflehead, Pair Barrow Goldeneye, Adult male Common Goldeneye, Pair Common Goldeneye, Courting pair Smew, Pair Smew, Adult male Hooded Merganser, Adult female Hooded Merganser, Adult male Red-breasted Merganser, Adult male Red-breasted Merganser, Male in eclipse Common Merganser, Adult male Common Merganser, Adult female Masked Duck, Males in eclipse and nuptial plumage (Courtesy Dale Crider) Masked Duck, Juvenile (Courtesy Dirk Hagemeyer) Ruddy Duck, Displaying pair Ruddy Duck, Displaying male
Citation Information
Paul A. Johnsgard. "Waterfowl of North America: Black & white photographs (following page 450)" (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/paul_johnsgard/368/