Photo 2a       Here is a pic of a male Green-winged Teal, which we've never seen before! We saw two male Green-winged Teal.    This pic was shot on Craig's Birding Walk at the Long Meadow (Old Cedar Avenue Trailhead), Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge, Bloomington, MN on November 12, 2011. The Green-winged teal will migrate south soon. The word "Teal" is thought to have originated from the medieval English word "tele", which means "small." In fact, the Green-winged Teal is the smallest dabbling duck in the Americas. | Green-winged Teal's wing photos  緑の羽はどこ? 1  |  2  |  3
 
"Teal" は、中世の英語、"tele" (小さい) に由来しているそうです。実際、アメリカにおいて、もっとも小さいdabbling duck*です。 * Dabbling Duck は、水中に潜らず、水面近くで餌をあさるカモです。

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he color "Teal" comes from the name of a Common Teal (duck). For more info on the color, click here:  1  |   2   Also see the "Teal Color"
Photo:  1a  Bubbles under the thin ice  |  1b  Bubbles (Up-Close)  |  2a  Green-winged Teal  |  2b  Green-winged Teal Pair        See Blue-winged Teal
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