PAMPAS PEN ZONE
(WWT Slimbridge)

Otter Pool Zone     South America Zone

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WWT SLIMBRIDGE ZONES
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Andean Flamingo Zone
Asia Zone
Australia Zone
Back from the Brink
Flamingo Lagoon
Geese of the World Zone
Lesser Flamingo Zone
North America Zone
Otter Pool Zone
South America Zone
Swan Lake
Tropical House
Tundra Zone
Wader Shore Zone
Caribbean Flamingo Zone


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PAMPAS PEN ZONE
(WWT Slimbridge)
Otter Pool Zone     South America Zone
Slimbridge - Pampas Pen Zone (October 2012) Slimbridge - Pampas Pen Zone (October 2012) Slimbridge - Pampas Pen Zone (October 2012)
Pampas Pen Zone, ©Nigel Key - September 2012

The following wildfowl, amongst others, can be found in the Pampas Pen Zone at WWT Slimbridge: -

Photographs ©Nigel Key, click image to enlarge.
 (Slimbridge 26-05-12) Puna Teal     Information
(Anas Puna)

The Puna Teal is a dabbling duck of the Anas genus and is native of the Andes of Peru, Western Bolivia, Northern Chile and Northwest Argentina.
 (Slimbridge 09-04-11) Rosybill     Information
(Vetta Peposaca)

The Rosybill, also known as the Rosybill Pochard, is from South America. And although classed as a diving duck the Rosybill is often seen feeding by dabbling or Grazing.
 (Slimbridge 09-09-10) Gr. White-cheeked Pintail     Information
(Anas Bahamensis)

The white Cheeked Pintail, also known as the Bahama Pintail, is a dabbling duck found in South America, the Caribbean and the Galapagos islands.
 (Slimbridge 26-05-12) Argentine Ruddy Duck     Information
(Oxyura Jamaicensis)

The Argentine Ruddy Duck, also known as the Argentine Blue-bill or Argentine Lake Duck, is a stiff-tailed duck.
Blue Winged Teal (Slimbridge March 2012) Blue Winged Teal     Information
(Anas Discors)

The Blue Winged Teal is a dabbling duck from North America. It is closely related to the Cinnamon Teal with females and immature birds being very difficult to tell apart.
Coscoroba Swan (Slimbridge July 2013) Coscoroba Swan     Information
(Coscoroba Coscoroba)

The Coscoroba Swan is the smallest of the wildfowl called a ‘Swan’. It belongs to the subfamily Anserinae in the family Anatidae which includes ducks, swans and geese.
Ringed Teal (Slimbridge October 2011) Ringed Teal     Information
(Callonetta Leucophrys)

The Ringed Teal is a small dabbling duck (sometimes referred to as a Perching duck) from South America.
Bronze Winged Duck (Slimbridge September 2013) Bronze Winged Duck     Information
(Speculanas Specularis)

The Bronze Winged duck, also known as the Spectacled duck, is a dabbling duck. It is the only living member of the Speculanas genus with its closest relatives being the Crested Duck or the Brazilian Duck .....





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