This species is a rare but regular visitor to Texas. This bird has been using Walter E Long Lake (30.2847 -97.6081) east of Austin for about a month. First observed by Sarah McDonald and Glen Coleman on 17 January 2010. Enlarge to see details in high-definition clips. Right-click (PCs) or control-click (Macs) the following link to get a portable (480 x 272 h.264) version of this clip at http://www.manybirds.com/graphics/clips/slow/LTDU_20100222AM113720_ss_Ma... or visit http://www.manybirds.com
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Citationmalcolmmarkswan, IBC1177659. Accessible at hbw.com/ibc/1177659.
malcolmmarkswan, IBC1177659. Video of Long-tailed Duck Clangula hyemalis at Austin, USA (United States). Accessible at hbw.com/ibc/1177659.
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