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Adult male Bufflehead have a white body, black back, and a dark head with a large white patch that wraps around the back of the head. Females and first-year males are gray-brown overall with an oval, white cheek patch. In flight adult males have a large white patch on the upperwing; females and first-year males have a smaller white wing patch.
breed near ponds and lakes in boreal forest and aspen parkland of Canada and Alaska, with isolated populations in the western United States
Lat: 40.58, Long: -105.11
Spotted on Nov 12, 2019
Submitted on Nov 13, 2019