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Black bellied whistling duck

Dendrocygna autumnalis

Description:

Brown and gray in color with a red bill that has a gray marking at the tip. Long legs that appear salmon in color.

Habitat:

I spotted this handsome fellow on top of a house in my neighborhood. They are often found on the roofs of houses in my neighborhood in the early morning hours, or at dusk. In the past we have seen parent ducks and ducklings walking in the neighborhood. Their is a pond not too far away from where we live.


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4 Comments

jcra-explorer4
jcra-explorer4 a year ago

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jcra-explorer12
jcra-explorer12 a year ago

I wonder why he bent his neck like that

I think so too! (jcra-explorer14)

jcra-explorer14
jcra-explorer14 a year ago

he's so cute!

San Antonio, Texas, USA

Lat: 29.43, Long: -98.70

Spotted on Jun 28, 2017
Submitted on Jul 12, 2017

Spotted for mission

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