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    • Green-winged teal -pair

    • Birds; Birds;duck; ducks;Tule Lake NWR; Migratory birds; California;National Wildlife Refuge; Waterfowl
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    • Green-winged Teal

    • Wildlife refuges; Innoko National Wildlife Refuge; Species; Animals; Birds; Alaska
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    • Cinnamon teal -hen

    • Birds; Birds; duck; ducks; Migratory birds;Lower Klamath NWR; California; Waterfowl
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    • Blue-Winged Teal Brood

    • Birds; Waterfowl; Wildlife refuges;
    • A beautiful view of a female Blue-Winged Teal and her brood at the J.Clarke Salyer National Wildlife Refuge located in north-central North Dakota
    • Moorhen in the middle

    • Aquatic birds; Aquatic environments; Aquatic plants; Banks; Birds; Environments (Natural); Game birds; Plants; Ponds; Public access; Vegetation; Wading birds; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges; Waterfowl;
    • A breeding Common Moorhen stands between a Blue-winged teal pair of ducks.
    • Blue-Winged Teal Pair

    • Birds; Waterfowl; Wildlife refuges;
    • A close view of a Blue-Winged Teal pair at the Shiawassww National Wildlife Refuge located in Saginaw, Michigan.
    • Blue-winged teal

    • waterfowl; birds; Aquatic birds; Aquatic environments;
    • A drake (male duck) at Desoto National Wildlife Refuge;
    • Silver teal

    • Birds; Wading birds;
    • A silver teal is pictured standing still.
    • Blue-winged teal

    • Birds; Migratory birds; Waterfowl;
    • Bird floating in water filled with vegetation.
    • Blue-winged Teal at Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge

    • Wildlife Refuges; Waterfowl; Landscape photography;
    • Blue-winged Teal are long distance migrants, with some birds heading all the way to South America for the winter. Therefore, they take off early on spring and fall migration.
    • Female Cinnamon Teal

    • History; Birds; Migratory birds; Photography; Waterfowl; Wildlife refuges;
    • Female Cinnamon Teal at Klamath Marsh. Taken by Finley and Bohlman during a 1905 photography area that would later help Klamath become a bird refuge in 1908.

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