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Common Goldeneye --(Bucephala clangula) (24086 bytes)

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Common Goldeneye
Bucephala clangula

One of the things that distinguishes the male Common Goldeneye is the circular white spot behind its beak. (The Barrow's Goldeneye have more of a banana shaped white spot.)

Location: Starrigavan, Sitka, Alaska

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