Chiloe Wigeon Anas sibilatrix

Native to South America, these ducks are popular in captivity and escapes occur frequently. This one accompanied Mallards and, although it could fly perfectly well, one wing was clipped.

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escaped Chiloe Wigeon, Swanton Morley (Norfolk, UK), 31st March 2007

 

These ones were still in captivity:

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captive Chiloe Wigeon, Blakeney Collection (Norfolk, UK), 4th December 2010

 

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captive Chiloe Wigeon, Blakeney Collection (Norfolk, UK), 18th January 2004

 

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captive Chiloe Wigeons, Blakeney Collection (Norfolk, UK), 13th February 2010

 

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captive Chiloe Wigeon (with Red-crested Pochard), l'Eucaliptus (Cataluña, Spain), 21st May 2013

 

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captive Chiloe Wigeons, Martin Mere (Lancashire, UK), 26th December 2014

 

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captive Chiloe Wigeon, Blakeney Collection (Norfolk, UK), 28th February 2009

 

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captive Chiloe Wigeon, Blakeney Collection (Norfolk, UK), 27th February 2016