Recent Examples of wigeon from the Web
Redheads, wigeons and bluebills continue to make up straps in Port O'Connor and Rockport.
Bay hunters in Rockport have found limits of redheads and wigeons in the back lakes.
At the Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge, a Eurasian wigeon has become a repeat star, reports Mike Lee.
Species seeing a decline included mallards (11 percent), American wigeon (19 percent), green-winged teal (16 percent), redhead (13 percent), canvasback (1 percent) and scaup (12 percent).
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