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Waterfowling Hot Spots - Green Winged Teal By David A. Maass

By David Maass

Waterfowling Hot Spots - Green Winged Teal by David A. Maass

Green-winged Teal, more than any other species of duck, prefer to seek food on mud flats. Where mud flats are lacking, they prefer shallow marshes or temporarily flooded agricultural lands. They usually eat vegetative matter consisting of seeds, stems, and leaves of aquatic and emergent vegetation. Green-winged Teal appear to prefer the small seeds of nutgrasses, millets, and sedges to larger seeds, but they also consume corn, wheat, barley, and buttonbush seeds. In marshes, sloughs, and ponds, Green-winged Teal select the seeds of bulrushes, pondweeds, and spikerushes. To a lesser extent they feed upon the vegetative parts of muskgrass, pondweeds, widgeongrass, and duckweeds. They will occasionally eat insects, mollusks, and crustaceans. Occasionally during spring months, Green-winged Teal will gorge on maggots of decaying fish which are found around ponds.

Waterfowling Hot Spots - Green Winged Teal by David A. Maass is available for sale as a Signed And Numbered Limited Edition Print with a 16-1/2 x 25 Image Size and is for sale for $225 unframed. Painting of a flock of Green Winged Teal Ducks landing in a quiet tree covered backwater painted by Wildlife Artist David Maass. We have a lot of other great waterfowl paintings on our website. All paintings are professionally boxed and insured and guaranteed to arrive in mint condition. Minnesota Wildlife Artist David Maass painted some Waterfowl and Green Winged Teal Ducks in Art Prints for sale.

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Signed And Numbered Limited Edition Paper Artist Proof Print 16-1/2 x 25 Image Size 250 $225.00

Framed Signed And Numbered Limited Edition Paper Artist Proof Print various sizes available 250 $395.00

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