This colorful duck is found in the wild on quiet pools and rivers in eastern North America. The female has brown plumage, while the male is full of beautiful colors. Once a year they lay eggs, so if you're lucky you'll find a few young Carolina ducks on the pond!

General information wood duck

Scientific name: Aix sponsa

The wood duck is a bird in the duck family. This colorful appearance is found on quiet pools and rivers of eastern North America. In winter, the duck migrates to the southern part of it. They are fairly hardy. The plumage of the male is beautifully colored, while the female is brownish-gray in color. The body length is about 45 cm.

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