Gadwall
Anas strepera

– medium-sized duck, slightly smaller than Mallard
– nocturnal migrant, rarely seen on active diurnal migration
– probably migrates in flocks, migration poorly understood


Gadwall Anas s. strepera, F AD
BIF1679, 18/08/2009, Emden, Germany, Mathias Putze

Gadwall Anas s. strepera, M AD
BIF1680, 09/05/2011, Havelland, Germany, Mathias Putze

Gadwall Anas s. strepera, M AD
BIF1681, 29/05/2014, Buir Nuur, Mongolia, Mathias Putze

Gadwall Anas s. strepera, M AD
BIF1682, 29/05/2014, Buir Nuur, Mongolia, Mathias Putze

Gadwall Anas s. strepera, M F AD
BIF1683, 09/05/2011, Havelland, Germany, Mathias Putze

Gadwall Anas s. strepera, F AD
BIF1684, 09/05/2011, Havelland, Germany, Mathias Putze

Gadwall Anas s. strepera, M F AD
BIF1685, 29/05/2014, Buir Nuur, Mongolia, Mathias Putze

Gadwall Anas s. strepera, M F
BIF1686, 11/08/2013, Havelland, Germany, Mathias Putze

Gadwall Anas s. strepera, M F
BIF1687, 11/08/2013, Havelland, Germany, Mathias Putze

Gadwall Anas s. strepera, M F
BIF1688, 14/03/2014, Havelland, Germany, Mathias Putze

Gadwall Anas s. strepera, M F
BIF1689, 14/03/2014, Havelland, Germany, Mathias Putze

Gadwall Anas s. strepera
Mallard Anas p. platyrhynchus
BIF1690, 14/03/2014, Havelland, Germany, Mathias Putze

voice: usually nonvocal during migration

comparison species:
Mallard (v)

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