Red breasted merganser female

The red-breasted merganser Mergus serrator is a diving duck , one of the sawbills. The genus name is a Latin word used by Pliny and other Roman authors to refer to an unspecified waterbird, and serrator is a sawyer from Latin serra , "saw". The red-breasted merganser was one of the many bird species originally described by Linnaeus in the landmark 10th edition of his Systema Naturae , where it was given the binomial name of Mergus serrator. The male has a dark head with a green sheen, a white neck with a rusty breast, a black back, and white underparts. Adult females have a rusty head and a greyish body. The juvenile is like the female, but lacks the white collar and has a smaller white wing patch.
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Red-breasted Merganser

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Red-breasted Merganser - eBird

The ragged-crested Red-breasted Merganser winters in Washington but breeds farther to the north. The adult male in breeding plumage has a reddish-brown mottled breast, white neck collar, green head, and red eyes. The serrate orange bill is very thin. The back is black and white, and the flanks are gray. The female has an overall gray body, reddish-brown head, and reddish eyes. There is no obvious white chin-patch as in the female Common Merganser. The juvenile is similar to the female but has a white bar across its face.
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Red-breasted merganser

The streamlined goosander is a handsome bird and a great fisher - its long, serrated bill helps it to catch and hold its slippery fish…. The unmistakeable, black-and-white tufted duck lives up to its name - look out for the black tuft of feathers on its head. It can be…. Become a member of the Wildlife Trusts. By joining as a member you will help wildlife by supporting nature in your local patch.
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Forages by diving and swimming underwater. Sometimes a group appears to hunt cooperatively, several birds lining up and driving schools of small fish into very shallow water, where the mergansers scoop them up without diving. Females sometimes lay eggs in each others' nests, occasionally in nests of other ducks. Incubation is by female only, days. Young: Within a day after eggs hatch, female leads young to water, where they feed themselves.
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