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There arethree species of wigeon: Eurasian (Mareca penelope); the American wigeon (Anas americana); and the Chiloe wigeon (Anas sibilatrix). The wigeons or widgeons are dabbling ducks. All three wigeons are similarly shaped, with a steep forehead and bulbous rear to the head. The American wigeon was formerly called the baldpate by ornithologists, and some people still use that name, especially hunters.

See also: Eurasian wigeon, American wigeon, Chiloe wigeon
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