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Ringed Teal

Ringed Teal

The scientific name for the Ringed Teal translates to the beautiful duck with white wing patches.

These birds are a perching duck. They have long toes and strong sharp claws enabling them to perch up in trees. They will also nest in hollow trees or abandoned nests of other birds.



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Date: Sun August 17, 2008
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What a lovely capture. This teal almost looks like it is posing for you. The detail in the feathers is amazing. Perhaps a tiny bit soft on the head. Very good nevertheless.
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#1 Sun August 17, 2008 1:37pm

Yes it does, I agree with Jacqui. It does look like it's posing for you. I love the detail in its feathers. Great capture.
#2 Sun August 17, 2008 2:03pm

It is interesting to see this bird Jenny...it is very similar to our Australian Wood Duck....the patterns are very alike, but some of the colours are different......they also have a similar shape and are also perching birds.....nicely captured.....I like the pink legs and feet.....SmileAlan
#3 Sun August 17, 2008 2:07pm

A very nice image of the duck Jenny, i would have liked a wee bit more space in front of it but i have a thing about space. I think the slight softness of the image is due to the way you have uploaded the image, if you resize the image before you upload it and make it round about 100 - 130kb it should look fairly close to how you view your images before upload, just a thought.

> John
#4 Sun August 17, 2008 2:24pm

Thank you all for your kind comments & guidance. The image has now been adjusted, so I think you will find the head is sharper than before.

Thanx again Smile



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#5 Sun August 17, 2008 7:51pm

That's made all the difference Jenny, i hope you can see the difference it's made to how we see your images, well done..

> John
#6 Sun August 17, 2008 7:59pm

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