Yes, it has a green panel in the wing so Green-winged Teal is a good name.
What does AGWT stand for?
AGWT stands for Green-Winged Teal (bird species Anas crecca)
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- Ambient Ground Water Quality Network (New Jersey)
- Australian Guidelines for Water Recycling
- American Gold Wing Riders Association
- Agora Groupware Web Server (Internet teamwork application)
- Anti-Gnosis Weapon System (Xenosaga game)
- Australian Greek Welfare Society
- Association of Ground Water Scientists and Engineers
- American Green-Winged Teal (bird)
- American Ground Water Trust
- Atmospheric Glow Technologies, Inc.
- Agricultural and General Workers Union
- Artisans General Workers' Union (Mauritius)
- American Gulf War Veterans Association
- Abridged Generation X (Yu-Gi-Oh!)
- Agribrands International, Inc. (stock symbol; St. Louis, MO)
- Alt.Games.Xtrek (newsgroup)
- Auto Glass Expo (International Autobody Congress and Exposition)
- Silver Zeolite Cartridge (photographic and light sensitive coating)
- Adarsh Gaon Yojana (Telugu; natural resource management program; Maharashtra, India)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The largest variety of puddle ducks including pintails, blue and green-winged teal, widgeon and an occasional gadwall will swing through the area headed south this month.
Mallard, green-winged teal, gadwall, blue-winged/cinnamon teal, and wood ducks were the five most-harvested species in the U.
THAT'S A [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] 9 Hunter shoots, wounds green-winged teal.
Blue-winged teal and northern shovelers had the greatest diversity in subtypes, followed by green-winged teal (Tables 1, 2; online Appendix Tables 1-3).
A green-winged teal from America was found at Llyn Padrig while bittern (aderyn y bwn) were seen at a number of sites, an influx related to the previous cold weather further east.