Colorful Asian ducks with large wingspans, found globally, enjoy hunting in lakes and perching on trees. Male: purple chests, vibrant markings. Female: eye rings, white stripes.
African/Asian, marshes, diverse diet, breed in rain, males have bill knob, colorful with freckled heads.
Medium-sized ducks with tapered heads and bright orange beaks. Found in Siberian seas and Alaska, battling oil spills and warming climate.
Yellow-knobbed ducks, found in Canada, Russia, and Greenland, have yellow knobs resembling crowns.
Blue-billed, upturned-tailed Ruddy Ducks; small, brown bodies, aggressive gliders.
Rare, hardy White-Headed ducks: small, threatened, 10k left. Quiet, non-flying, dark bodies, white heads, unique bills, black legs.
Arctic coastal ducks with long tails, deep-diving abilities, and distinctive plumage—white bodies, brown wings, and round heads with big eyes.
ducks found worldwide in wetlands, lagoons, lakes, and marshes. Males have green heads, white bodies, large shovel-like bills; females are brown with orange bills.