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    Female wigeon ID, Pennsylvania, USA - 5 Feb.

    Thank you Deb for taking a stab. Hybridization is possible, no doubt, but many more pure males are seen here than hybrid males. Unfortunately the bird hasn't returned. It's not a PORC Review List bird (same function as BBRC, I think), but would be a 2nd or 3rd county record as far as I know...
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    Female wigeon ID, Pennsylvania, USA - 5 Feb.

    Second round of photos:
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    Female wigeon ID, Pennsylvania, USA - 5 Feb.

    Hello all, I'm appealing to the European crowd to ask if there's enough in my photos to call a female Eurasian Wigeon. I've looked at multiple resources, including this great article that I think has been referenced before on this forum (http://www.azfo.org/gallery/EUWI_article_...
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