More migratory ducks! Two male Ring-necked ducks and a female swooped in for a little R&R. Although they didn't get close enough for a good pic, you can see the male is striking. His gray bill has white bands, the head is purplish, back is a charcoal color and sides are gray. Although it’s almost impossible to see, the duck gets its name from a brownish ring around its neck. As usual in the bird kingdom, the female is drabber, but she still has the distinctive gray bill with the white bands.