Ocean State Outfitters offers hunting for Old Squaw or Long-tailed/tail, one of the most beautifully plumed water fowl on the east coast. The Old Squaw or Long-tailed Duck is found from Maine down to the Outer Banks in North Carolina. Each State in between boast good hunting for Old Squaw including, Delaware, New Jersey, New York and Virginia

Oldsquaw or Long-tailed Duck  (Clangula hyemalis)

 Adults have white underparts, though the rest of the plumage goes through a complex molting process. The male has a long pointed tail (10 to 15 cm) and a dark grey bill crossed by a pink band. In winter, the male has a dark cheek patch on a mainly white head and neck, a dark breast and mostly white body.

 In summer, the male is dark on the head, neck and back with a white cheek patch. The female has a brown back and a relatively short pointed tail. In winter, the female’s head and neck are white with a dark crown. In summer, the head is dark. Juveniles resemble adult females in autumn plumage, though with a lighter, less distinct cheek patch.tundra pools and marshes, but also along sea coasts and in large mountain lakes in the North Atlantic region, Alaska, northern Canada, northern Europe and Russia. The nest is located on the ground near water; it is built using vegetation and lined with down.

They are migratory and winter along the eastern and western coasts of North America, on the Great Lakes, coastal northern Europe and Asia, with stragglers to the Black Sea. The most important wintering area is the Baltic Sea, where a total of about 4.5 million gather.