Wigeon

The wigeons or widgeons are dabbling ducks in the genus Anas. There are three extant species: the Eurasian wigeon (Anas penelope), the American wigeon (A. americana) and the Chiloé wigeon (A. sibilatrix). A fourth species, the Amsterdam Island duck (Anas marecula), is believed to have become extinct around 1800. All three are similarly shaped, wi...
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Wigeon

• (n.) A widgeon.
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Wigeon

Wi'geon noun (Zoology) A widgeon. [ R.]
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wigeon

any of four species of dabbling ducks (family Anatidae), popular game birds and excellent table fare. The European wigeon (Anas, or Mareca, penelope) ...
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wigeon

Either of two species of dabbling duck of genus Anas, order Anseriformes. The American wigeon A. americana, about 48 cm/19 in long, is found along both coasts in winter and breeds inland. Males have a white-capped head and a green eye stripe
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Wigeon

The wigeon or widgeon (Mareca penelope) is a British duck which breeds in Scotland and winters in England. The male is finely pencilled with black above and white below, with a brown and buff head and dark grey quills. It has a whistling cry, hence the name of 'whew' or 'whewer duck', and feeds largely on the sea-grass Zostera. It is a particularly...
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