Sunday, 23 February 2020

Australian Wood Duck

Taxonomists aren't quite sure what to make of the Australian Wood Duck Chenonetta jubata. Maybe it's a goose, maybe it's a duck. Maybe it's a shelduck, maybe it's a teal. Its closest relative is an extinct flightless New Zealand goose like duck.

Australian Wood Duck Chenonetta jubata. Cotter Dam, Australian Capital Territory. Photographed by Susan Walter. Tour the Loire Valley with a classic car and a private guide.

They are found just about everywhere, grazing on lush damp grass and are a species that thrives in agricultural surroundings.


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