Male Wood Ducks are flamboyant in breeding plumage, practically unmistakable with their brightly colored chestnut and yellow bodies, green droop-crested heads, bright red bills, and bold white barring on their faces and bodies. Females are drabber, with subtle iridescence on overall grayish-brown bodies, spotted flanks, and a white teardrop surrounding each eye. Juveniles appear similar to females, as do non-breeding males in eclipse plumage (from June to September), although they have the red bill and white facial markings.

First Sighting of Year

Thursday, June 25, 2015 642€“704 Cross Point Rd Edgecomb ME United States
Saturday, April 2, 2016 Bowdoinham ME United States
Monday, February 27, 2017 48 Raydon Rd York ME United States
Wednesday, February 28, 2018 81€“83 South St Freeport ME United States
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