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Professor's Lake , Ontario (1 Viewer)

Potatoheaded Bobby

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Canada
Always seems to be crapy out when something new hits the water.
Found these on Professor's Lake, Brampton this afternoon. The photos are not B/W.
Just a really grey day here today. Your help is again needed as I have no idea. I think though a male and female.
Thanks in advance.




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connorco

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United States
Looks like the LTDU is an Adult Female with the strong dark cheek patch. I'm pretty sure the Goldeneye is an adult female as well.
 

Potatoheaded Bobby

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Canada
Thanks to all.
Is it common for different types to socialize together? These two were the only ones on the lake and literally diving within feet of each other. They must have come in together. I will see if they are still there tomorrow.
Thanks again.
 

KC Foggin

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I agree.

Bobby, I see this all the time in a lake by me. Each of them know the other is not a threat.
 

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