page 1 - nrs 1 to 4

Casarca Tadorna ferruginea

The Casarca is a breeding bird of south-eastern Europe and further eastwards in Asia as far east as Tibet, western China and Mongolia but also breeds in Morocco and Tunisia. For most of it's range the Casarca is migratory. They arrive in The Netherlands in small numbers from the end of July onwards. Birds breeding in Switzerland and (occasionally) in The Netherlands are said to be of feral origin.


1. Casarca Tadorna ferruginea 10082007  Rockanje, The Netherlands

1. Casarca Tadorna ferruginea 10082007 Rockanje, The Netherlands


2.Casarca Tadorna ferruginea 10082007 Rockanje, The Netherlands

2.Casarca Tadorna ferruginea 10082007 Rockanje, The Netherlands


3.Casarca Tadorna ferruginea 10082007 Rockanje, The Netherlands

3.Casarca Tadorna ferruginea 10082007 Rockanje, The Netherlands


4. Casarca Tadorna ferruginea 17082007 Rockanje, The Netherlands

4. Casarca Tadorna ferruginea 17082007 Rockanje, The Netherlands


  DUCKS
 1-Casarca Tadorna ferruginea
 2-Teal Anas crecca

 3-Gadwall Anas strepera

 4-Shelduck
 5-Hybrid Aythya collaris
 6-Oldsquaw Clangula hyemalis hybridisation
 7-Shoveler Anas clypeata
 8-Goldeneye Bucephala clangula
 9-Ring-necked ducks
10-Falcated Duck Anas falcata


11-Lesser Scaup Aythya affinis


NAVIGATIONPAGE  ALL CHAPTERS  RADIOACTIVE ROBINS