Migratory Game Birds: Waterfowl
Swans: tundra swan, mute swan
Geese: Canada goose, snow goose, Ross' goose, white-fronted goose, black brant.
Dabbling ducks: Surface-feeding ducks that inhabit marshes, ponds, lakes, slow rivers and sometimes bays. Feed by tipping up or dabbling; "spring" into the air on take off and can walk more easily than diver ducks because legs are closer to center of body. Most have an iridescent upper wing patch — mallard, pintail, American wigeon, northern shoveler, gadwall, wood duck, green-winged teal, blue-winged teal, cinnamon teal.
Diving ducks: Dive for food usually in large, deep lakes, rivers, ponds, coastal bays and inlets. Feed primarily on fish, shellfish, aquatic plants and mollusks. Run or fly low across water to takeoff. Many have legs toward back end of body, making walking difficult. Most have whitish-gray upper wing patches — canvasback, redhead, bufflehead, greater scaup, lesser scaup, ring-necked duck, ruddy duck, common goldeneye, Barrow's goldeneye.
Mergansers: common merganser, red-breasted merganser, hooded merganser.
Sea ducks: harlequin, common eider, king eider, oldsquaw, white-winged scoter, surf scoter.
Shorebirds and wading birds: common snipe, American woodcock, purple gallinule, common moorhen, rails, American coot, sandhill crane.