Red-breasted Merganser

Scientific name : Mergus serrator
Other names: Български: Среден нирец , Brezhoneg: Heskenneg kuch , Català: Bec de serra mitjà , Česky: Morčák prostřední , Dansk: Toppet Skallesluger , Deutsch: Mittelsäger , Esperanto: Mezgranda merĝo , Español: Serreta mediana , Eesti: Rohukoskel , Basque: Zerra ertain , Suomi: Tukkakoskelo , Français: Harle huppé , Magyar: Örvös bukó , Italiano: Smergo minore , 日本語: ウミアイサ , Lietuviškai: Vidutinis dančiasnapis , Latviešu: Garknābja gaura , Nederlands: Middelste zaagbek , Norsk (nynorsk): Siland , Norsk: Siland , Polski: Szlachar , Português: Merganso-de-poupa , Русский: Средний крохаль , Svenska: Småskrake , Türkçe: Tarakdiş , Українська: Крех середній

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Short Description

Male birds have a black-green head, neck and nape. The conspicuous feather crest is dichotomous and has a ragged appearance. The neck ring is wide and white. The breast is rust-brown in color. The back is black.

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