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AMWIAmerican Wigeon (Anas americana, bird species)
AMWIAssociation of Medical Women in India
AMWIActive Message Waiting Indicator
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Values given are the highest value among two counts on the day indicated in the heading and the following day Species Date 07/10/2011 22/10/2011 04/11/2011 Gr White-fronted Goose 325 2071 5326 Snow/Ross's Goose 2 78 6426 Tundra Swan 0 0 1 Mexican Duck 0 0 0 Mallard 0 0 75 Green Teal 0 1113 2057 Gadwall 1422 20 0 Pintail 0 30 2179 American Wigeon 3 63 76 Northern Showier 2328 9227 5994 Unid.
Key words: American Wigeon, Anas americana, Anas penelope, Eurasian Wigeon, Sacramento Valley
Located within New York City, the refuge covers more than 9,000 acres, and is a great place for spotting birds such as snow geese, lesser and greater scaup, ruddy duck, ring-necked duck, green-winged teal, northern pintail, American wigeon and gadwall.
AN American wigeon - trapped on the wrong side of the Atlantic - made a lengthy stay on the Stour Estuary on the Suffolk/Essex border.
Despite apparent patterns, no significant distinctions emerged between random sites and either American Wigeon nest sites [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 4 OMITTED] or Gadwall nest sites [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 5 OMITTED], although results for Gadwall approached significance.
Goose - - - Ross's Goose - - - Snow Goose B - + Brant + - - Barnacle Goose - - - Canada Goose - - - Mallard - - - Northern Pintail - - - American Wigeon - - - Common Eider B?
The dead birds consisted primarily of mallards (Anas platyrhynchos), American wigeon (A.
The 2010 totals included 799 wood ducks, 198 mallards, 76 American green winged teal, 21 blue winged teal, 7 black ducks, 2 hooded mergansers, 1 American wigeon, 1 American coot, 6 soras, 2 Virginia rails, 1 pied billed grebe and 44 recaptures.
An American wigeon was seen on the cob pools at Porthmadog mixing with its' Eurasian counterparts.
Nationally, sightings included Pacific golden plover from eastern Siberia, American wigeon from North America and sooty shearwater from the south Atlantic.
After rather hurried flicking of pages, he announced that he was pretty sure there was an American wigeon out on the estuary.
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