Fulvous Whistling-duck

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Fulvous Whistling-duck

The Fulvous Whistling-duck (Dendrocygna bicolor) inhabits from south USA to Costa Rica, and in South America, Africa, and Asia. Its natural habits are in open freshwater, flooded fields, and pond margins. Its size is of 51 cm (20 inches) in height and weights 750 g.

They are mostly uniform cinnamon-buff, with black mantle, and broadly scaled with chestnut-rufous. Legs bluish-gray and dark wings. This bird usually lives in groups or flocks and feeds on seeds.

Common Name: Fulvous Whistling-duck
Scientific Name: Dendrocygna bicolor
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