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  1. New Zealand Scaup (f)

    New Zealand Scaup (f)

    Posted the boy the other day. Gotta give her some love too! These scaups, also know as black teals, are such pretty little ducks.
  2. In-ine teal

    In-ine teal

  3. Teals, sounds and calls (Anas crecca)

    Teals, sounds and calls (Anas crecca)

    Spring Common Teals (Anas crecca) emit sounds and calls more often, unfortunately, the background noise cannot always be eliminated and more planes pass by than birds, unfortunately...
  4. Common Teals in spring (Anas crecca)

    Common Teals in spring (Anas crecca)

    Common Teals (Anas crecca) in spring migration, bothered by the usual coots
  5. Common Teal (Anas crecca)

    Common Teal (Anas crecca)

    A small Teal (Anas crecca) parked during the migration.
  6. Lakescape-816


    Standing on the edge of the lake ... this drake had a lovely ... ... friendly eye ... ... and posed well for a portrait ... ______________ Common Teal or ... Green-winged Teal Keoladeo National Park Bharatpur : India
  7. A pair of teals

    A pair of teals

  8. Green-winged Teal (American)

    Green-winged Teal (American)

    A female Green-winged Teal preens herself while standing on a submerged perch.
  9. teal


    looking nice in the still water
  10. Green-winged teal

    Green-winged teal

    Beautiful cinnamon-headed duck with the electric green eye stripe - a winter duck for us, and more rare of a sighting than the blue-winged teals, but a pleasure when we do get to see them
  11. Male blue-winged teal

    Male blue-winged teal

    Fluffing up his feathers after some bathing and grooming, he shows why they were named so.
  12. Blue-winged teal

    Blue-winged teal

    Adult male blue-winged teal seen in the San Diego Creek in Newport Beach, California.
  13. Female Teal

    Female Teal

  14. Teal


  15. Eurasian Teal

    Eurasian Teal

  16. teal


  17. Blue-winged Teal (female)

    Blue-winged Teal (female)

    Blue-winged Teal (Spatula discors) Female.
  18. Green-winged Teal (males)

    Green-winged Teal (males)

    Green-winged Teal (Anas crecca carolinensis) Two drakes.
  19. teal


  20. Teal


    I think he smiled at me!
  21. Cinnamon Teal (male)

    Cinnamon Teal (male)

    Cinnamon Teal (Spatula cyanoptera orinoma)
  22. Teal


  23. Yellow-billed Teal (male)

    Yellow-billed Teal (male)

    Yellow-billed Teal (Anas flavirostris oxyptera)
  24. Ringed Teals

    Ringed Teals

    Ringed Teals (Callonetta leucophrys)
  25. Common Teals

    Common Teals