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Northern Pintail Duck
A man walks into an army surplus store and asks if they have any camouflage jackets.
“Yes, we do,” replies the assistant. “But we can’t find any of them.”
Interesting Fact: The female makes several scrapes in the ground before she starts building the nest, ultimately choosing the last scrape made. She slowly adds grasses and down to the depression while laying eggs to form a shallow bowl approximately 7–10 inches wide and 2–4 inches deep. ( https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Northern_Pintail/lifehistory )