Red-crested Pochard (Netta rufina) Pato-de-bico-vermelho

Unmistakeable! The male Red-crested Pochard's bright red bill and ginger top-knot with white flanks and black belly easily tell it apart from any similar species, though the female is slightly more cryptic, but more colourful than the Common Pochard. A good deal rarer than the latter, they can still be found easily in Portugal, preferring coastal lagoons in the south of the country and are resident here throughout the year.

Birding in Portugal

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