Waterfowl, which include ducks, geese and swans, are fowl that live in and around water. Most are strong swimmers with medium to large bodies.
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A South African winery is employing a band of feathered guards to protect from invaders, and these runner ducks are eating up the enemy.
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The American coot is a slate-gray, duck-like bird. Its bill is white with a dark reddish ring just before the tip.
When you think of geese, the Canadian variety probably comes to mind. These large water birds are endemic to North America and their V-shaped migratory formations can be seen in the skies each fall and spring.
Mallards can be found in ponds, lakes and marshes. Read on to learn more about this bird.
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