Gadwall are found on shallow fresh water, and sometimes sheltered salt water; often with American Wigeons. (Sibley Birds)
We saw both species this morning at Ashbridge’s Bay.
Thanks to Don DeBoer for this photo from today:
Bright yellow, red and orange,
The leaves come down in hosts;
The trees are Indian princes,
But soon they’ll turn to ghosts. – William Allingham (1824–89)