Yellow Billed Duck
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|The Yellow-billed Duck, Anas undulata, is a 51–58 cm long dabbling duck which is an abundant resident breeder in southern and eastern Africa.|
It is a bird of freshwater habitats in fairly open country and feeds by dabbling for plant food mainly in the evening or at night. It nests on the ground in dense vegetation near water. The clutch numbers between six and twelve eggs.
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- [2013-01-24 6:04]
Nice closed up of an unknow specie to me.Your image is sharp with nice plumage details.I also like that little catch light in the eye.Maybe I would have left a little more space on the top of your image but it is still an excellent capture.
beautiful bird in water environment. I like these colours and composition.
Thanks for sharing,
- [2013-01-24 14:58]
Hi Deon,an excellent capture of this curious duck,great details and colors and very good exposure in these different light levels,i like it!Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano
Interesting species and impressive photo with good composition, wonderful colours and good sharpness.