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  1. What about Cinnamon Teal? is it not very common in PDX? The females are similar to Mallards and I’m not sure how to distinguish them. Thanks in advance! I love this guide BTW. I’m using it to help with bird id from a wildlife camera that faces a wetland.

      • I’m very new to birding (especially trying to id ducks), so sorry if this is a silly question. What makes them advanced birds? are they advanced because the females are visually similar to mallards or that they’re similar to each other perhaps? I think your response might help me to distinguish them, thanks.

      • Only thing that makes them advanced is they are migratory. I was being silly. Harder ducks are scaups: greater/lesser. I’ll have to do a graphic on them too.

      • And the Pacific Northwest ducks breed from like April May to July August now that we’re in September lots of the ducks that go north for breeding season are starting to return like wiggins and Scott and ducks that come to Oregon and breed like cinnamon and gluten teal are going south

  2. How can we make a purchase of your lovely 101 book as a gift for friends, and have it shipped directly to their address? We don’t see an option online at this site, for a shipping address that is different from the billing address.

  3. Cape Coral to see Burrowing Owls (& Monk Parakeets😳). Pelican Rd baseball field park perimeter marks the burrows w stakes & PVC pipe.

  4. Orlando Wetlands Park and Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive. super shocked they aren’t on this list! both have tons of birds. I always see around 40 species when I go!