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Mandarin Duck (4) (Aix galericulata) User: Chris  (See all photos - 1579) (Comments - 4775)
Canada (British Columbia) captive / domesticated The origin of this bird is unknown, however I'm going to assume it's an escape or release and place the Domesticated tag on this photo. He was following a female Wood Duck for the entire time I watched him. He even made CBC News headlines in Vancouver. Either way hundreds of people were lined up to see him put on one of nature's most impressive displays.
Views: 192
Date: January 12, 2019
Details: Male, Captive / Domesticated
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Mandarin Duck (4) (Aix galericulata) User: Chris  (See all photos - 1579) (Comments - 4775)
Canada (British Columbia) captive / domesticated Seen at Burnaby Lake Park, BC, Canada
Views: 224
Date: January 12, 2019
Details: Male, Captive / Domesticated
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Wood Duck (97) (Aix sponsa) User: Chris  (See all photos - 1579) (Comments - 4775)
Canada (British Columbia) Well normally this bird takes the crown for most spectacular plumage. However not today. The Mandarin Duck currently at Burnaby is taking all the attention :)
Views: 173
Date: January 12, 2019
Details: Male
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Mandarin Duck (4) (Aix galericulata) User: drhalsall  (See all photos - 1128) (Comments - 757)
United Kingdom (England) Sandbach Flashes, near Crewe, England. In 1971, Mandarin Ducks were listed as a Category "C" bird in England by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, meaning there was sufficient population to be self-sufficient. Although not native, the population has grown to an estimated 7,000 ducks. While no breeding pairs were observed this spring in Sandbach, several ducks have taken up residence for the summer.
Views: 699
Date: June 20, 2013
Details: Outside normal range
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Mandarin Duck (4) (Aix galericulata) User: Chris  (See all photos - 1579) (Comments - 4775)
DPR Korea A true surprise to find this male Mandarin Duck putting on a display for a nearby female. Seen in a heavily wooded area near Mount Paektu in the northern part of North Korea.
Views: 669
Date: May 13, 2013
Details: Male
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