|Two male wood ducks.|
There are many Wood Ducks, and not in the trees. Back east they are a rare sight, and are often roosting in trees. Here they are everywhere in the lakes.
|A pair of American Widgeons|
|A Northern Shoveler|
|A pair of Ring-necked Ducks|
There are also Ruddy Ducks and Buffleheads, but they keep out in the center of the lake so I can't get a good picture.
Here I'd like some help from our readers. This is a VERY small grey diving duck and keeps to itself most of the time. Before you say a grebe, note the bill - it is not a grebe bill, it's a duck bill. There seem to be males and females, one with this kind of round cheek patch and the other with a faint stripe on the cheek instead. I think it might be an immature Bufflehead. What do you think?