Gorgeous Black-bellied Whistling-Ducks (Dendrocyna autumnalis; rødnebbplystreand) at Audubon Park in New Orleans. The park is increasingly used as a migratory stopover. Shots are from mid-October. Opening bayou scence from Jean Lafitte Natl Historic Park and Preserve.
WHAT YOU MAY SEE ON DIKE ROAD IN HORICON MARSH VIDEO BY MARLENE TRAPP WWW.MRTRAPP.ORG
Male Gadwall duck at the London Wetland Centre.
Male Cinnamon Teal in spring plumage. Taken May 15, 2012 at Ridgefield NWR in Washington with a Sony DSC-HX10V.
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Photographed at the Kellys Slough NWR, North Dakota (13 May 2010).
Ducks Unlimited Chief Biologist Dale Humburg provides background info on the Northern Shoveler and what you should expect from the species this season.
A common and increasingly abundant duck, the American Wigeon breeds in northwestern North America and is found throughout the rest of the continent in migration and in winter. Its small bill and the male’s white forehead, as well as certain aspects of nesting and feeding behavior, distinguish this species from other dabbling ducks.
No birds were harmed in the making of this movie. All duckies are currently living successfully in a protected area, and have managed to nest and hatch their own ducklings.
A male wood duck swimming in the Bronx River at the New York Botanical Garden. Click Here for more information about Wood Duck