The female will lay between 6 and 10 eggs. This duck is rare in the sense that the male will help raise the young.
The Chiloe Wigeon is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.
Chiloe wigeon, Chilean wigeon, southern wigeon KINGDOM: Animalia PHYLUM: Chordata CLASS: Aves ORDER: Anseriformes FAMILY: Anatidae GENUS SPECIES: Anas (duck) sibilatrix (whistling) RETURN TO TOP FAST FACTS DESCRIPTION: Chiloe wigeons are small ducks. More
profile of a Chiloe Wigeon swimming in water (Anas sibilatrix)5378636Add Image to LightboxAdd Photo to CartRights Managed ImageCalculate Image Price4039-59678Chiloe Island, Castro, SA3859836Add Image to LightboxAdd Photo to CartRights Managed ImageCalculate Image Price1890-4830Castro, Chiloe Island, Chile, South America5451290Add Image to LightboxAdd Photo to CartRights Managed ImageCalculate Image Price1886-5948MILK CANS await pick up on a country road - CHILOE ISLAND (ISLE GRANDE), CHILE3865643Add Image to LightboxAdd Photo to CartRights Managed ImageCalculate Image Price1890-11123Close_up of door and house shingles tejuelas, in zone of Dalcahue near Castro on the island of Chiloe, More
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Chiloe Wigeon, which is native to South America, especially to Chile. The Chiloe is about the same size as the Mandarin, is quite colorful (both male and female share the same plumage pattern) and because it does not come from this hemisphere, no federal or state permits are necessary to keep it. It is not at all noisy, it's vocalizations consist of soft and rather pleasant whistles. More
The Chiloe Wigeon is native to fresh-water lakes, marshes and rivers of Southern South America. They have been kept and bred in captivity since 1873 and are very common in waterfowl collections today. The sexes are similar, with the females being slightly duller with a gray wing patch (white in males). The drakes have bright white cheeks and forehead and metallic green head. More
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Chiloe wigeon You are here: Home > Meet our Animals > Chiloe wigeon Chiloe wigeon at Edinburgh Zoo Here at Edinburgh Zoo we have two adult Chiloe wigeon. The male hatched in June 1995 and came to us in September 1995 from the Martin Meer Wildfowl & Wetland Trust while the female also hatched in 1995 and arrived here in March 1996. In June 2008, their first two chicks hatched – a male and a female. More
Chiloe Wigeon - Definition = Chiloe Wigeon Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Aves Order: Anseriformes Family: Anatidae Genus: Anas Species: sibilatrix Binomial name Anas sibilatrix More
Chiloe Wigeon (Anas sibilatrix), courtship activity has been noted before the end of the breeding season (Weller 1968), but the significance of this exception- ally early courtship is unknown. I found that un- paired males court and form bonds with ducklings as part of a pair formation process in Chiloe Wigeon. I know of no previous descriptions of this behavior in any waterfowl species. More
For the purposes of our bird news services, Chiloe Wigeon is classed as Common: common species, including species that are certain or probable escapees from captivity when occurring in the British Isles. (Note that rarity levels are currently applied nationally and may not reflect local variations in abundance. More
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Chiloe Wigeon is (on average) in between the two. * The axillaries and underwing coverts are pure white, thus obviously different from those of the Eurasian Wigeons accompanying it. More
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