Black-bellied Whistling-Ducks (Dendrocygna autumnalis)
The black-bellied whistling duck is one of the coolest and most beautiful southern dabbling ducks that visit the southern United States, with their tricolor black, tan and brown plumage and bright orange bills and feet. Widespread from the southern tips of Texas and Arizona to nearly all of Central and South America, their range is creeping northward and they have been seen more and more frequently in more southern states including Florida and the Caribbean. This raft of ducks was just part of a huge number of them found and photographed in a pond near Weslaco, Texas on a late winter morning.
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