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In a message dated 11/29/02 9:08:13 PM, [log in to unmask]
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>this is not a "pure" Eurasian Wigeon, that it has some
>American Wigeon in the family tree.  The way it was chasing and courting
>a female American Wigeon,

As I recall, the Eurasian Widgeon that showed up last year was defending
American Widgeon female(s) from other male Am. Widgeons.


Sarah Linney
Cocoa, FL
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