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.
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.