Baikal teal

Description
Baikal teal are birds which breed in the high arctic of Siberia in pools on tundra edges and swampy forests and migrate to Japan, South Korea and China. The species is vulnerable to hunting and the destruction of its wintering wetland sites. This specimen was collected by G Steward.
Accession Loan No.
10/1956/3/8
Collection Class
Birds
Common Name
Baikal teal
Simple Name
bird
Full Name
ANATIDAE: Anas formosa Georgi: Baikal teal
Family Group

Collector / Excavator
Norwich Castle Museum (from the collection of): Steward, G
Collection County
Siberia
Collection Country
Russia
Collection Area Region
Central and Eastern Europe
Collection Continent
Europe
Phylum
CHORDATA: VERTEBRATA
Family
ANATIDAE
Genus
Anas
Species
formosa

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