With much open water, waterfowl were plentiful: greater white-fronted goose, 1; pink-footed goose, 1 (new species for the count); snow goose, 1; Canada goose, 2,440; mute swan, 14; wood duck CW (seen during count week but not on count day); gadwall cw; American wigeon, 1; American black duck, 55; mallard, 786; northern pintail, 1; green-winged teal, 9; ring-necked duck, 28; greater scaup, 58; lesser scaup, 12 (new high); white-winged scoter, 1; bufflehead, 10; common goldeneye, 106; Barrow's goldeneye, 1; hooded merganser, 355 (new high); common merganser, 96; American coot, 2; wild turkey, 226 (new high); common loon, 9; horned grebe, 4.
What does BAGO stand for?
BAGO stands for Barrow's Goldeneye (bird species)
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There were also three species firsts for WWT Washington's conservation breeding programme; buffleheads, Barrow's goldeneye and Northern shoveler.
A flock of Barrow's Goldeneye regularly winters just below Foster Dam, sometimes with Common Goldeneye.
BARROW'S DAY Day two was set to be a Barrow's goldeneye shoot, as we set up in an area that Bouchard said harlequins don't frequent.
Wildlife Viewing Best bets: Look for common goldeneye, Barrow's goldeneye and hooded mergansers in the high lakes of the Cascades.
The eastern population of Barrow's Goldeneye (Bucephala islandica) is estimated at 1,400 pairs (Robert et al.
Limits: 6 ducks daily, with restrictions on Barrow's goldeneye and black ducks.
Look for common goldeneye, Barrow's goldeneye and hooded mergansers in the high lakes of the Cascades.