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3 edition of Bufflehead. Bird. found in the catalog.

Bufflehead. Bird.

Canadian Wildlife Service.

Bufflehead. Bird.

by Canadian Wildlife Service.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


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SeriesHinterland who"s who -- Buf
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Open LibraryOL21911581M

B Is for Bufflehead book. Read 15 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. AwardsIndependent Book Publishers Association Ben Franklin. But that cavity may have a prolonged career as a home for small owls, bluebirds, swallows, and other birds – including one very special duck. [Splash of Bufflehead] In the boreal forest of northern North America, the small black-and-white duck named the Bufflehead .

The Bufflehead was a rare species during the Minnesota Breeding Bird Atlas (MNBBA). North American Breeding Distribution and Relative Abundance: The breeding distribution of Bufflehead stretches from Alaska east to western Quebec, dipping south into the United States in portions of the northwest and north-central states, including Minnesota. These birds are monogamous and often return to the same wintering area. Buffleheads breed on small lakes and ponds in the boreal forest. In winter, the Bufflehead is most often found in coastal areas, in shallow bays and inlets. Be sure to watch the video of Buffleheads—two males .

  The Bufflehead Birder. J My Profile. Filed under: Main Posts — admin @ am. Name: Beth Hunter. Favorite Books: Wuthering Heights, The Black Cauldron, The Burgess Book of Nature Lore, Go Dog Go, Russian Bird Site. All of these three birds are in the Anatidae Family. The photo shows how much larger the Goose is than the Bufflehead. The Canada Goose (Branta canadensis) is a large wild goose species with a black head and neck, white cheeks, white under its chin, and a brown to arctic and temperate regions of North America, its migration occasionally reaches northern Europe.


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Bufflehead. Bird by Canadian Wildlife Service. Download PDF EPUB FB2

A buoyant, large-headed duck that abruptly vanishes and resurfaces as it feeds, the tiny Bufflehead spends winters bobbing in bays, estuaries, reservoirs, and lakes. Males are striking black-and white from a distance. A closer look at the head shows glossy green and purple setting off the striking white patch.

Females are a subdued gray-brown with a neat Bufflehead. Bird. book patch on the cheek. Bufflehead. Small, compact diving duck with large head and small gray bill.

Breeding males are black and white with large white patch on back of head. Females and immature males are gray-brown with white patch on cheek. Much smaller than Common Goldeneye with which it often associates. Found in bays, estuaries, reservoirs, and lakes in winter.

Travels to boreal forest and nests in cavities in summer. Christmas Bird Counts show a steady increase in Bufflehead numbers between andwith an overall population estimate of some million Bufflehead in The Bufflehead’s tendency to winter near to shore along coastlines tends to put it within range of hunters.

PHOTO Features: Book.-Introduces little ones to the alphabet and to the wonderful world of birds.-More detailed information about each bird is provided.-Including range, habitat, diet, and more fun facts.-There is even a who is who challenge that is sure to entertain all ages.-Every future bird lover will certainly treasure B is for Bufflehead for years to come.-Made in the USA/5(8).

The Bufflehead, Bucephala albeola, is one of the smallest of the sea duck drake has a black head with a green and purplish sheen and a blue gray bill.

Behind the eye is a large white patch stretching around the head. A diminutive diver, one of our smallest ducks, often very energetic in its feeding. Related to the goldeneyes and, like them, nests in cavities; but unlike other hole-nesting ducks, the Bufflehead is small enough to use unmodified old nest holes of Northern Flickers, giving it a ready source of good nest sites.

Less sociable than most ducks, seen in pairs or small groups, almost never in large. The Bufflehead is a small duck, which makes its nest in tree cavities. It is seen on lagoons, ponds and sheltered bays.

This bird is one of the diving duck species seen in North America. The male can be identified by the large white patch behind its eyes. The book called "The Complete Birds of North America", is a book recommended to be. The bufflehead (Bucephala albeola) is a small sea duck of the genus Bucephala, the species was first described by Carl Linnaeus in his landmark 10th edition of Systema Naturae as Anas albeola.

The genus name is derived from ancient Greek boukephalos, "bullheaded", from bous, "bull " and kephale, "head", a reference to the oddly bulbous head shape of the species. - Explore Bo Nielsen's board "Bufflehead" on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Waterfowl, Waterfowl taxidermy, Duck hunting pins. Bird Print - Canvas Back, Lesser Scaup Duck, redhead, Old Squaw, Bufflehead- Vintage Bird Book Page mysunshinevintage 5 out of 5 stars (3,) $ Favorite Add to See similar items + More like this.

Bufflehead Duck Family Photograph WesternPhotographs 5 out of 5. Book Accessories Children's Books Art & Photography Books BUFFLEHEAD HEN woodcarving, bird wood carving, wooden bird, duck decoy, hand carved, handmade by Steve White of S.R.

White Carving SRWhiteCarvingAndSon 5 out of 5 stars () $ B is for Bufflehead is an entertaining and educational ABC book filled with fun birds, photos and a child's eyes to the wonderful world of birds while teaching them about nature and the alphabet.

Celebrate the spring migration with the perfect gift for your fledgling birder. Bufflehead: This small diving duck is mostly white with a glossy green-black to purple-black head and back. The head has a large white patch behind eye. The wings are dark with white patches visible in flight. It feeds on aquatic plant seeds, and insects, larvae and snails.

It has a. -Proper ventilation and drainage. -Right side panel swings open to make cleaning easy, after fledglings have left the nest. -Internal ladder to help fledglings climb out of the nest box. -Required wood shavings included. -Sustainably grown 1" thick eastern white pine provides superior insulation and durability.

Animal Type: Bird/Duck. JOHN JAMES AUDUBON THE BIRDS OF AMERICA ~ WATER-COLOUR PAINTINGS REPRODUCED IN COLOUR THIS IS AN ORIGINAL PRINT FROM THE BOOK. APPROXIMATELY 50 YEARS OLD Approximate size ~ 13 inches by 10 inches A SUPERBLY DETAILED PRINT AND IN EXCELLENT DAMAGE FREE CONDITION The reverse of this print will have unrelated text or image BEST Seller Rating: % positive.

Listen to Bufflehead on - a comprehensive collection of North American bird songs and bird calls. Home. Search. Favorites. A - Z. App. Bufflehead. call. / Bufflehead (call) call.

Dugan Maynard Fyn Kynd Photography. Other ducks, geese and swans. American black duck. American wigeon. Barnacle goose. Bufflehead. It was important during the review to eliminate several other ducks, and to establish a positive identification when considering female and immature Buffle-heads in particular.

Pre Donovan () illustrated the species in his book on British birds and noted that it was ‘very rare in Britain’, but gave no further information. - Explore Chuck Bercier's board "Bufflehead" on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Duck decoys, Decoy, Decoy carving pins. THE BIRDS OF BUFFLEHEAD POND FARM. by Adelia Ritchie, Winter We can keep an eye on the pond from every room in the house, and we keep the binoculars and the bird identification books handy at all times, just for this purpose.

After a time. The female bufflehead uses the same nest site every year. Building a Birdhouse For The Bufflehead Duck. Buffleheads like nest boxes. The recommended dimensions for a bufflehead nest box are: 7¡±x7¡± (floor), 16¡± (ceiling height), 2¨?¡± (entrance hole diameter), 14¡± (distance of.

B is for Bufflehead by Steve Hutchcraft, Entertaining and Educational Bird Alphabet Book For Children at - A must have book for any future bird lover! Beautiful images of over 60 unique North American bird species cover the alphabet from A to Z, with each charming bird captivating youngsters with fun and engaging facts.Goldeneye and Bufflehead photo ID guide.

Publish date: 25/01/ Common Goldeneye is a familiar winter sight across Britain, but Barrow's Goldeneye and Bufflehead are rare vagrants. Chris Harbard provides tips on how to distinguish all three.Bird Description Widely distributed throughout on water bodies, but most concentrated in winter on coastal bays.

Forms small, loose-knit flocks. Reminiscent of a little black-and-white rubber duck, bobbing up and down but often out of view. Brown females are less conspicuous. ID: Very small and squat with oversized head often punked-up at rear.