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Montrose Point, Lincoln Park, Chicago
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Anseriformes > Anatidae

Chiloe Wigeon

Mareca sibilatrix

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Handsome and distinctive duck. Sexes look similar, but male averages brighter. Note the striking face pattern (duller on young and on adults in late summer), bright rusty sides, and bold white forewing patches that show in flight. Often common in wetlands, marshes, at lakes, and along river mouths. Associates readily with other waterfowl, but more often seen on shore, grazing in grassy areas.

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