American Wigeon Duck
The American wigeon (Anas americana), also American widgeon or baldpate, is a species of dabbling duck found in North America. This species is classified with the other wigeon in the dabbling duck genus Anas, which may be split, Into American Wigeon Duck and Eurasian Wigeon Duck
Description of American Wigeon:
Found on the common duck and increasingly abundant , and American Wigeon breeds in northwestern North America and in the rest of the continent in migration and in winter. In a draft law and a small forehead white male , as well as certain aspects of the behavior of nesting and feeding , distinguishes this kind of ducks and other workout.
Adult Description of American Wigeon Duck:
- Male with white crown.
- Green face patch.
- Large white patch in wings.
- Black rear end bordered by white.
- Medium-sized duck.
American Wigeon Duck Call:
Male Description of American Wigeon Duck: White or cream -colored forehead and fore crown and large dark green expanse that extends from behind the eye to the nape of the neck . Bill is a bluish-gray with a black tip . Cheeks and chin gray. Breast , sides and back , and pink -brown color. Rear wings appear white patch . Coverts black under tail.