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Common Goldeneye Male Non-Breeding © Jukka Jantunen/VIREO

Common Goldeneye Male Non-Breeding © Jukka Jantunen/VIREO

Breeding male common merganser~~seen at Pickerington Ponds Metro Park in March 2014

Breeding male common merganser~~seen at Pickerington Ponds Metro Park in March 2014

Common Goldeneye Female © Bill Thompson, Anchorage, Alaska, October 2010

Common Goldeneye Female © Bill Thompson, Anchorage, Alaska, October 2010

Barrow's goldeneye pair © Raymond Lee, Elk Island NP, Alberta, Canada, May 2013, http://www.flickr.com/photos/40999240@N08/8943950958/in/photolist-eCm621-83wYkt-9PyepL-9PvneB-9PvodB-9RLu5W-9RHzFp

Barrow's goldeneye pair © Raymond Lee, Elk Island NP, Alberta, Canada, May 2013, http://www.flickr.com/photos/40999240@N08/8943950958/in/photolist-eCm621-83wYkt-9PyepL-9PvneB-9PvodB-9RLu5W-9RHzFp

Black Scoter, or American scoter (Melanitta americana), female. © Rob Curtis/VIREO

Black Scoter, or American scoter (Melanitta americana), female. © Rob Curtis/VIREO

Ruddy Duck  © Cameron Rognan, Fort Irwin, California, September 2007, http://www.flickr.com/photos/cameronrognan/3752730895/

Ruddy Duck © Cameron Rognan, Fort Irwin, California, September 2007, http://www.flickr.com/photos/cameronrognan/3752730895/

A black-and-white seaduck common on the Pacific and Atlantic coasts in winter, the Surf Scoter has a boldly patterned head that is the basis for its colloquial name "skunk-headed coot."

A black-and-white seaduck common on the Pacific and Atlantic coasts in winter, the Surf Scoter has a boldly patterned head that is the basis for its colloquial name "skunk-headed coot."

Northern Shoveler    © Bill Thompson, Anchorage , Alaska, May 2010, http://www.flickr.com/photos/39177293@N03/4572739781/

Northern Shoveler © Bill Thompson, Anchorage , Alaska, May 2010, http://www.flickr.com/photos/39177293@N03/4572739781/

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