Here, we see a frontal view of a male American Wigeon, which shows the white patch on his forehead that gave the species the nickname, "Baldpate" especially among waterfowl hunters.
Here is a side view of the same duck
Here is an example of both sexes, with the female in the forefront
Several Wigeons take to the air in close proximity to a Mallard pair
A male Wigeon with his iridescent green eyepatch in the foreground...
Backlit, the group demonstrates only their general coloration since direct frontlight serves best to enhance color
Here we see a flock landing in the Jordan River, with a surprise white mallard type duck included
Here the frontlight enhances the colors of these Wigeons, where the males outnumber the lone female