White-faced Whistling-Duck (Dendrocygna viduata)
A widespread and common tropical species, the White-faced Whistling-Duck is found in a variety of wetland habitats in South America and Africa. Escaped aviary birds are often seen in North America and Europe. The species used to be known as the White-faced Tree Duck due to the frequent perching and nesting habits.
- White-faced Whistling-Duck - eBird
- White-faced Whistling-Duck - Harteman Wildfowl
- White-faced Whistling-Duck - HBW Alive
- White-faced Whistling-Duck - Neotropical Birds
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