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Anas strepera


On the second picture you can see male (third from the top ) and female - the one with a bit "dirty" reddish beak an white spot on the wing (second from the top). The bird fist from the top is probably mallard's female - they were floating most of the time together.


First pic: small artificial lake, second pic: big dam lake near Tokyo.


This season I found a lots of them - few years ago they were rare and if spotted - just singles. This winter I found twice a flocks of about 10 to 20 birds.

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Atul 12 years ago

beautiful pic!

Wild Things
Wild Things 12 years ago

Lovely series!

佐久市 (Saku), 関東 (Kanto Region), Japan

Spotted on Dec 26, 2011
Submitted on Feb 18, 2012

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