Reserva Ecológica Costanera Sur

Sitio realizado por aficionados a la observación de aves desde 10 de enero 2006

Rosy-billed Pochard - Historic records

Order: - Family: Anatidae

27-07-21 © Gustavo F. Brahamian

A male with a white-winged coot

27-07-21 © Gustavo F. Brahamian

A male with a white-winged coot

16-07-21 © Gustavo F. Brahamian
16-07-21 © Gustavo F. Brahamian
16-07-21 © Gustavo F. Brahamian
11-07-21 © Gustavo F. Brahamian
11-07-21 © Gustavo F. Brahamian
11-07-21 © Gustavo F. Brahamian
09-07-21 © J. Simón Tagtachian
21-06-21 © J. Simón Tagtachian
21-06-21 © J. Simón Tagtachian

An adult male on the right and a juvenile changing into the adult male plumage on the left

21-06-21 © J. Simón Tagtachian

Two pairs on the edge of the wather and yellow-billed teals behind

16-05-21 © J. Simón Tagtachian
16-05-21 © Javier Guillermo González
11-05-21 © Gustavo F. Brahamian
08-05-21 © Gustavo F. Brahamian

Juvenile

08-05-21 © Gustavo F. Brahamian
08-05-21 © Gustavo F. Brahamian
08-05-21 © Javier Guillermo González
08-05-21 © Javier Guillermo González
Total: 321

Parental care

25-11-17 © Claudia y Tito Di Mauro

Behaviour

09-12-16 © Amelia Besana

Behaviour

09-12-16 © Amelia Besana

Parental care

29-10-16 © Cora Rimoldi

The first family was sailing from Brasil to Viamonte. After I had seen the bittern I found the second family ten blocks away. At first I thought it was the first family which had reached there, but right away I remembered that the number of cygnets was smaller.

Behaviour

07-02-16 © Cora Rimoldi

The orphan ducklings want to join the ringed teal family, but the parents quickly lead their chicks far from the ducklings. Nevertheless, the rosybill ducklings insist in following them. Judging by the way the rosybills rush off, they seem to have been shooed away by the adult ringed teals. They end up by floating by themselves. 

Behaviour

07-02-16 © Cora Rimoldi

Six rosy bill ducklings were alone and tried to join a ringed teal family but were rejected by the adults

Parasitism

20-12-09 ©

The same rosy-billed pochard family parasitized by fulvous whistling-duck on two different occasions December 20th and January 21st.

Total: 7