"Alex Farias" <>
Thu, 17 Jan 2002 13:45:16 +1100
Until recently, the North American and Eurasian forms were considered
Each year a few males-and doubtless females-of the Eurasian form turn up in
North America, that giving rise to speculation that somewhere in North
America a few of these so-called "Europeian Teal" may be breeding.
P.s they are among the last ducks to reach their winter habitat in fall and
the first to depart in spring.
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