From Natural History of Southeast Alaska
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Highest counts are typically observed near Gustavus or Juneau. Appears to be more commo in the northern part of the region in summer.
- other references for Yakutat nesting?
- Nesting in northern Lynn Canal?
- Peak/Typical migration timing?
SEAK QBR Mentions:
- F2012: A probable American Wigeon × Northern Pintail hybrid returned to Petersburg harbor for its 3rd consecutive year 29 October 2012+.
- F2013: Estimated 800 at the Mendenhall Wetlands 15 October provided one of the highest counts ever for the Juneau area.
- F2017: 1200 at GUS on 9 October
- W2017-18: Estimated 535 at the Mendenhall Wetlands 23 February established a new mid-winter maximum for JNU area.
- Glacier Bay/American Wigeon: American Wigeon occur widely except in mid-summer, when they are scarce. (edit)
- Haines/American Wigeon: (edit)
- Juneau/American Wigeon: (edit)
- Ketchikan/American Wigeon: (edit)
- Sitka/American Wigeon: Fairly Common migrant, Uncommon winter resident and Rare in summer. Best seen along the road system at Starrigavan, Totem Park, or Swan Lake. (edit)
- Skagway/American Wigeon: (edit)
- Yakutat/American Wigeon: (edit)
- All About Birds Page for American Wigeon
- Search Arctos Database for American Wigeon (Southeast only)
- Search Arctos Database for American Wigeon (entire database)
- Encyclopedia of Life search for Mareca americana
- iNaturalist Observations for Mareca americana in Southeast Alaska