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Red Phalarope

Red Phalarope

Red-breasted Merganser male

Red-breasted Merganser male

Lapland Longspur (Male)

Lapland Longspur (Male)

The Green Pygmy Goose (Nettapus pulchellus) is a small perching duck which breeds in southern New Guinea and northern Australia.

The Green Pygmy Goose (Nettapus pulchellus) is a small perching duck which breeds in southern New Guinea and northern Australia.

The nene goose is Hawaii's state bird, a descendant of Canada geese that flew to the islands hundreds of thousands of years ago. Some 25,000 lived there when Europeans arrived in 1778, but a mix of hunting, habitat loss, road collisions & invasive species reduced the species to just 30 birds by the 1950s. The nene was declared an endangered species in 1967, a captive-breeding program was launched in the 70s. The species has since grown to about 2,000

The nene goose is Hawaii's state bird, a descendant of Canada geese that flew to the islands hundreds of thousands of years ago. Some 25,000 lived there when Europeans arrived in 1778, but a mix of hunting, habitat loss, road collisions & invasive species reduced the species to just 30 birds by the 1950s. The nene was declared an endangered species in 1967, a captive-breeding program was launched in the 70s. The species has since grown to about 2,000

Morkulla (Scolopax rusticola) Woodcock is a medium-small wading bird found in temperate and subarctic Eurasia. It has cryptic camouflage to suit its woodland habitat Its eyes are set far back on its head to give it 360-degree vision and it probes in the ground for food with its long, sensitive bill,  The male performs a courtship flight known as 'roding' at dusk in spring. When threatened, the female can carry chicks between her legs, in her claws or on her back while flying,

Morkulla (Scolopax rusticola) Woodcock is a medium-small wading bird found in temperate and subarctic Eurasia. It has cryptic camouflage to suit its woodland habitat Its eyes are set far back on its head to give it 360-degree vision and it probes in the ground for food with its long, sensitive bill, The male performs a courtship flight known as 'roding' at dusk in spring. When threatened, the female can carry chicks between her legs, in her claws or on her back while flying,

Male Garganey

Male Garganey

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