Aythya valisineria | canvasback


Other Names: morillon à dos blanc, pato lomo blanco, pato coacoxtle

This infrequent visitor from North America sports a distinct color pattern from which its name is derived. Males appear with a deep chestnut-red head and neck, black chest and rump, a canvas-white wings, back, and belly, and bright red eyes. Females have a light brown head and neck, darker brown chest, gray-brown back and wings, and dark brown eyes.