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Blue-Winged Teal

Anas discors

The male’s distinctive “Halfmoon” face pattern is lost during the eclipse plumage of Summer and Fall when males and females look the same and are flightless for around a month. Both sexes display a blue and white wing pattern all year.

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Least Concern

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