From Natural History of Southeast Alaska
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Asian subspecies is Very Rare migrant and winter resident.
- Nesting occurrence/abundance refined - check Mainland Rivers paper?
- N-S gradient of occurrence due to latitude or habitat in listed communities?
- Typical migration dates April-May; August-October?
SEAK QBR Mentions:
- Sp2009: A Eurasian Green-winged Teal was reported at SIT on 25 April, and an apparent intergrade Eurasian x American Green-winged Teal was found at JNU on 27 April. The Eurasian form Anas crecca crecca breeds in the Aleutian Islands (Gibson and Kessel 1997) and is a rare, regular winter visitant along the Pacific Coast south of Alaska (Campbell et al. 1990a, Marshall et al. 2003).
- Sp2010: Single drake Eurasian Green-winged Teal were found near JNU 12–17 April and Eagle Beach 19 April 2010.
- Sp2011:A drake Eurasian Green-winged Teal at KTN 9 May 2011 provided the 2nd local record. The Eurasian subspecies (nominate crecca) is an uncommon to fairly common resident in the Aleutian Islands (Gibson and Byrd 2007) and is a rare, regular migrant and winter visitant along the Pacific Coast south of Alaska (Campbell et al. 1990a, Marshall et al. 2003, Wahl et al. 2005, Hamilton et al. 2007).
- Su2012: Dabbling ducks were present in larger-than-average numbers on the Mendenhall Wetlands this summer, including high counts of Green winged Teal (45 on 8 July 2012).
- Su2014: A drake Eurasian Green-winged Teal was found at GUS 13 April. Eurasian subspecies crecca, which breeds in the Aleutian Islands (Gibson and Byrd 2007), is a rare, regular migrant and winter visitant along the Pacific Coast (Campbell et al. 1990a, Marshall et al. 2003).
- W2016-17: Among the Green-winged Teal at Gustavus 1 February 2017 were a single Eurasian Green-winged Teal, Anas crecca crecca, and three intergrade A. c. crecca × carolinensis.
- F2017: Nice high counts of waterfowl at Gustavus 9 October 2017 included 300 Green-winged Teal
- Sp2018: A Eurasian Green-winged Teal (subspecies crecca) was picked out of the teal at GUS on 29 April. This subspecies nests in the Aleutian Islands (Gibson and Byrd 2007) and is a rare, regular migrant and winter visitant along the eastern Pacific Coast (Campbell et al. 1990a, Marshall et al. 2003)
- Glacier Bay/Green-winged Teal: (edit)
- Haines/Green-winged Teal: (edit)
- Juneau/Green-winged Teal: Eurasian race V,-,+,+ (edit)
- Ketchikan/Green-winged Teal: (edit)
- Sitka/Green-winged Teal: Common in migration, Very Rare to Rare in summer, and Rare to Uncommon in Winter. Most easily observed at Starrigavan, Swan Lake, or Totem Park. May be more common away from town in the summer. (edit)
- Skagway/Green-winged Teal: (edit)
- Yakutat/Green-winged Teal: (edit)
- All About Birds Page for Green-winged Teal
- Search Arctos Database for Green-winged Teal (Southeast only)
- Search Arctos Database for Green-winged Teal (entire database)
- Encyclopedia of Life search for Anas crecca
- iNaturalist Observations for Anas crecca in Southeast Alaska