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BIR060-00474

A spectacled duck (Speculanas specularis) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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A wandering whistling duck (Dendrocygna arcuata) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00506

Northern shovelers (Anas clypeata) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00522

Tufted ducks (Aythya fuligula) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00538

Chestnut teal (Anas castanea) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00475

A spectacled duck (Speculanas specularis) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00491

A wandering whistling duck (Dendrocygna arcuata) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00507

A northern shoveler (Anas clypeata) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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A New Zealand scaup (Aythya novaeseelandiae) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00476

A northern pintail (Anas acuta) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00492

A wandering whistling duck (Dendrocygna arcuata) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00508

A northern shoveler (Anas clypeata) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00524

New Zealand scaups (Aythya novaeseelandiae) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00461

An African black duck (Anas sparsa) at Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00477

A male and a female Northern pintail (Anas acuta) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00493

A vulnerable Philippine duck (Anas luzonica) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00509

An Argentine red shoveler (Anas platalea) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00525

A New Zealand scaup (Aythya novaeseelandiae) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00462

A male American black duck (Anas rubripes) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00478

A male and a female Northern pintail (Anas acuta) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00494

A vulnerable Philippine duck (Anas luzonica) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00510

Argentine red shovelers (Anas platalea) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00526

A New Zealand scaup (Aythya novaeseelandiae) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00463

A male American black duck (Anas rubripes) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00479

Mottled ducks (Anas fulvigula) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00495

A vulnerable Philippine duck (Anas luzonica) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00511

Argentine red shovelers (Anas platalea) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00527

The silver color phase of the wood duck (Aix sponsa) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00464

A northern pintail (Anas acuta) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00480

A Patagonian crested duck (Lophonetta specularioides specularioides) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00496

A vulnerable Philippine duck (Anas luzonica) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00512

An Australasian shoveler (Anas rhynchotis) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00528

The silver color phase of the wood duck (Aix sponsa) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00465

An endangered Meller’s duck (Anas melleri) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00481

A Patagonian crested duck (Lophonetta specularioides specularioides) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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BIR060-00497

A sharp-winged teal (Anas flavirostris oxyptera) at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park.

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