Fulvous Whistling Duck Animal Pictures

Dendrocygna bicolor

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Perched Fulvous Whistling-Duck, Dendrocygna bicolor

Fulvous Whistling-Duck
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Fulvous whistling ducks form monogamous pair bonds and many mate with one partner for life.

Fulvous whistling-duck (Dendrocygna bicolor) in beautiful colors

Fulvous whistling-duck
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These noisy birds give a clear whistling call, “Kee-wee-ooo,” on the ground or while in flight.

Adult Fulvous Whistling Duck and 6 and 32 days old duckling, Dendrocygna bicolor, isolated on white

Fulvous Whistling Duck
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Fulvous Whistling Duck young are relatively independent shortly after hatching and can dive, swim, and find food.