...meaning they feed mostly on the surface of their water habitat rather than diving for vegetation. These are the smallest of the North American dabbling ducks. It is distinguished from the Common Teal by a vertical white stripe on the side of its breast.
It is commonly found in sheltered wetlands, such as taiga bogs, and usually feeds by dabbling for plant food or grazing. It nests on well covered grounds near water.
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