Contributing to citizen Science projects helps our collective knowledge, but it also helps us as individuals learn. We'd like to highlight some citizen science projects in which families can participate. If you know of a project that we could highlight on our blog, please let us know! The... Read more »
The Redhead is a medium-sized diving duck. Its breeding habitat is marshes and prairie potholes in western North America and Redhead ducks overwinter in the southern and north-eastern United States, the Great Lakes region, northern Mexico and the Caribbean.
Following the breeding season, males go through a molt which leaves them flightless for almost a month. Redheads feed mainly by diving or dabbling. They mainly eat aquatic plants with some molluscs, aquatic insects and small fish.
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Ah, the timeless joy of "Duck Duck Goose" – a game that many of us remember fondly from our early childhood days. This simple yet exhilarating game, where children sit in a circle and one "it" player walks around tapping heads and declaring "duck" until finally selecting a... Read more »
Redheads versus Mallards – it's the playful debate that bird enthusiasts might chuckle over while enjoying a day out in the field. In our latest Birdorable design, we're tipping our hats to the Redhead, a species whose understated elegance often goes unnoticed next to its more famous... Read more »
The Redhead is a medium-sized duck that lives in western North America. Mallards have a much larger range and live across North America, Europe, Asia and Australia. This design asks the eternal question: Are Redheads Better? Than Mallards, that is ... Cute gifts here for birdwatchers, duck fans and redheaded bird lovers. [products] Read more »