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Check-list of the Birds of Kansas

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Published: 1956
Language: English
Wordcount: 17,260 / 75 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 42.3
LoC Category: QL
Downloads: 510
Added to site: 2010.11.24 29683
Genres: Science, Post-1930

Finney, Meade, and Leavenworth counties, but summer distribution poorly known.

No subspecies recognized.

Anas carolinensis Gmelin. Green-winged Teal. Common transient, rare winter resident (records from Meade County and Kansas City).

No subspecies recognized.

* Anas discors Linnaeus. Blue-winged Teal. Common transient, locally common summer resident.

No subspecies recognized.

Anas cyanoptera. Cinnamon Teal. Rare transient in east, uncommon or fairly common transient in west.

Subspecies in Kansas: A. c. septentrionalis Snyder and Lumsden.

* Spatula clypeata (Linnaeus). Shoveller. Common transient throughout state. Frank Robl found a female with young in Cheyenne Bottoms, Barton County, in approximately 1930. Nest with eggs found 1-1/2 miles south of Friend, Finney County, in spring, 1952, Marvin D. Schwilling.

No subspecies recognized.

[Mareca penelope (Linnaeus). European Widgeon. Carl a



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