Distinctly different from the Common Goldeneye...
...Barrow's Goldeneye has a large white crescent at the base of its bill and shows less white on its sides. The female of the species has a nearly all yellow bill in the winter and spring, with a darker body as well.
They are found near lakes and ponds, usually in wooded areas. They tend to nest in tree cavities, or if not available, they will settle in holes among rocks or cliffs to have their young.
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