The adult male has distinctive multi-colored iridescent plumage and red eyes. The female, less colorful, has a white eye-ring and a whitish throat. Both adults have crested heads. When swimming, Wood Ducks bob their head back and forth in a jerking motion, which makes them easy to spot.
Taken at Mud lake in Ottawa, Ont, Canada with Canon 40D and 400 5.6 L lens
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