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Pintails
Bird Descriptions

Pintails

Pintail ducks can usually be identified by shape alone – thin bills that curve up to a round head, long neck, slender body, and a

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Sandhill Cranes
Bird Descriptions

Sandhill Cranes

A tall, gray bird, the Sandhill Crane prefers open grasslands, meadows, and wetlands and congregates in huge numbers in migration. They do not hunt in

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Snow Geese
Bird Descriptions

Snow Geese

Completely white except for black tips on their wings, snow geese are famous for flying in their high altitude long diagonal lines or V-formations and

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Ruffed Grouse
Bird Descriptions

Ruffed Grouse

The Ruffed Grouse is a popular upland game bird of medium size and is recognized by it’s brown, gray, white, and black plumage – this

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Mallards
Bird Descriptions

Mallards

The world’s most abundant duck species is the mallard and it’s not even a contest. They mainly eat submerged plants while pushing its long neck.

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Goldeneye
Bird Descriptions

Goldeneye ducks

The Barrow’s Goldeneye duck is a compact diving duck with a puffy head and short thick bill. It’s forehead is extremely steep and sometimes extends

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Canvasbacks
Bird Descriptions

Canvasbacks

The canvasback is a diving duck that is instantly recognized by its unique ski-slope head profile; there is no angle change between the slope of

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Canadian Geese
Bird Descriptions

Canada Geese

This large goose is a familiar sight throughout North America, not just in Canada. There are not many species of goose that have the size

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