White-cheeked Pintail (Anas bahamensis)
White-cheeked Pintail is a tropical species found in the Caribbean, South America, and the Galapagos Islands. It is a popular species in aviculture and zoos, and while some wild sightings in the United States may be legitimate wandering birds, those found further inland are likely escapes. The species is also known as the Bahama Pintail.
- White-cheeked Pintail - eBird
- White-cheeked Pintail - Harteman Wildfowl
- White-cheeked Pintail - HBW Alive
- White-cheeked Pintail - National Audubon Society
- White-cheeked Pintail - Neotropical Birds Online
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