Ferruginous ducks migration

This is a video of a ferruginous duck in Naarden, the Netherlands.

From BirdLife:

Ferruginous Ducks migrating south – For the first time a huge flock of some 3,500 Ferruginous Ducks Aythya nyroca has been recorded in the Durankulak IBA, along the Black Sea Coast in Bulgaria. It is likely the Ducks are now migrating south, heading to their wintering sites along the Nile or in Sudan. For more information contact Nicky.Petkov@wetlands.org

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