Barrow’s Goldeneye

Bucephala islandica

Barrow’s goldeneyes are chunky mid-sized sea ducks with short necks, a relatively large rounded head, and a short gray-black bill. Males are markedly larger than females; males are about 48 cm (19 in) and females about 43 cm (17 in). Spring weights for males average 1278 g (2.8 lbs.) and 818 g (1.8 lbs.) for females.

Sea Duck Information Series fact sheet

Species Knowledge Summary and Information Needs (PDF)

Aerial Identification video

Barrow’s Goldeneye Photo Gallery

Barrow’s Goldeneye Range Map

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Mission

The SDJV promotes the conservation of all North American sea ducks through partnerships by providing greater knowledge and understanding for effective management.

Funding Opportunity for FY2017

Funding Opportunity for FY2017; opened July 8, closed Sept 26, 2016. Due to multi-year funding commitments, there will be no Funding Opportunity for FY2018

Migratory Bird Treaty Centennial

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