Annual resident in fall in TPNP they from flocks on Toro Lake
Lakes, ponds and rivers with currents that are adjacent to forests and shrub zones
They nest on the ground and lay 5 to 7 eggs
There is no sexual dimorphism, and they are seen in territorial pairs or family groups. They are shy.
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