We are there now. The bird is farther out, with a group of other
Green-winged Teal along the edge of the ice in amongst Aythya. It appears
to be a EURASIAN X AMERICAN GREEN-WINGED TEAL--bold white horizontal
shoulder stripe as in Eurasian but with a faint trace of the vertical
shoulder stripe, often not visible. Very much like (if not the same bird)
Livia and I found last week at the north end:

On Mar 29, 2014 2:33 PM, "Diane Morton" <dianegmor...@gmail.com> wrote:

> A wide variety of birds at Frontenac Park in Union Springs, including one
> Eurasian Green-winged Teal among the American Green-winged Teal.  looking
> north, not too far off shore.
> Diane Morton
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