Eurasian Wigeon, as the name suggests, is a breeding bird of Asia and Europe that sporatically makes it way to North America. So far it hasn't been known to breed in North America, but it's not impossible. The bird I found either originated from Europe/Asia, or perhaps it escaped from someone's private waterfowl collection. There are several of these birds currently in Ontario.
Lee Brown's sign on the south side of Front Rd, west of Long Point and Port Royal.
This is basically what you see from the parking lot.
A view of the waterfowl. Mainly Canada Geese, American Wigeon, and Green-winged Teal.
The Eurasian Wigeon is in this photo. Can you see him?
The Eurasian Wigeon's bright orange head has a yellowish stripe down the front, whereas the two American Wigeon it is with have a white forehead, grey cheek, and green mark behind the eye.