Ring-necked Ducks with Ringed Necks!
Usually it is very difficult to see the crimson ring around their necks that gave this species the name Ring-necked Duck. These two were very cooperative, however.
It is much easier to see the ringed bill than the ringed neck - especially from a distance. You can see why they are often erroneously called ring-billed ducks.
The female Ring-necked gave equal time to both her male companions.
The two males have slightly different plumages. I don't know if the one on the far left is still molting or if he's a juvenile.
Ring-necked Duck walking (well, running, actually) on water.