Almost no eye ring. Nesting Nest site is in dense marsh especially bulrushes above shallow water, occasionally on dry ground. Database entry includes justification for why this species is of least concern Copyright: The redhead and the common pochard form a sister group which itself is sister to the canvasback. Female redheads lay an average of eggs and are notorious for parasitizing canvasback nests. These ducks are not the most common waterfowl, as mallards are, so hunting is minimal. Greater Scaup Breeding male.
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Such behavior is abetted by the social tendencies of the species, with many often nesting in close proximity.
Nesting is complicated by parasitic tendencies, typically laying eggs in nests of other Redheads and other waterbirds. M 20", F 19" Average weight: Description Male redheads have a reddish head and upper neck with a black lower neck, foreback and breast. Females and immatures are a plain, mostly uniform brown. Bulky nest is built up of dead vegetation and anchored to standing growth, lined with down. What about this bird in the images above and below?