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gadwall (male)

  1. 6K7A7323 copy.jpg

    6K7A7323 copy.jpg

    The gadwall is 47–58 cm (19–23 in) long with a 78–85 cm (31–33 in) wingspan. The male is slightly larger than the female, weighing on average 990 g (35 oz) against her 850 g (30 oz). The breeding male is patterned grey, with a black rear end, light chestnut wings, and a brilliant white speculum...
  2. Who are you?

    Who are you?

    Then on Thursday I joined daughter on her commute to Liverpool. She spent a day at the office while I went to Prince's Park and Sefton Park. This male Gadwall seems here to be puzzled to see me at Sefton Park, where I'd not been for a good 2 years now. But fair enough - the feeling was mutual...
  3. Hooded Merganser

    Hooded Merganser

    A mother Merganser leading her family along....in the company of a Gadwall.
  4. Handsome Gadwall

    Handsome Gadwall

    A lovely bird. All those fine little markings.
  5. Gadwall (male)

    Gadwall (male)