First Redhead Duck In Bermuda Since 1987

November 22, 2014

Bermuda has a rare visitor in the form of a Redhead duck which is the first to reach the island since 1987. The Bermuda Audubon Society said the male duck pictured below was discovered by Dr. David Wingate at Port Royal Golf Course in Southampton.

Photo by Andrew Dobson:


According to the U.S. Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, “Redheads breed in western North America, from British Columbia, Mackenzie, and Manitoba to New Mexico, and winter in the southern U.S., Great Lakes, coastal New England, northern Mexico, and south to Guatemala, Cuba, Jamaica, and the Bahamas.”

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  1. mia says:

    Golf tourism numbers going up, welcome spread the word.

  2. Kunta says:

    Immigration papers ready.

  3. Terry says:

    Had to read it three times.
    I thought it said ‘Redheaded Doc’.

    I need a rum……

  4. Staffernee says:

    There’s a euphemism in there I’m sure of it!