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American Black Ducks are large ducks with a profile nearly identical to Mallards. They have rounded he, thick bills, and bulky bodies. Like other dabbling ducks they sit high in the water with their tails high. American Black Ducks have very dark brown bodies with pale gray-brown he and yellow-green bills. Females tend to be slightly paler than males, with duller olive bills. In flight, the underwings are bright white. The secondaries speculum are iridescent purple without white borders.
These are dabbling ducks that tip up instead of dive when they forage. They eat aquatic plants, invertebrates, and occasionally small fish in shallow water. They also fly into agricultural fields to feed on waste corn and grain.
American Black Ducks nest in eastern wetlands including freshwater and saltmarshes. During migration and winter, they rest and forage in protected ponds, marshes, and bays. Browse Species in This Family. Need Bird ID Help? Try Merlin. The Cornell Lab will send you updates about birds, birding, and opportunities to help bird conservation. Female Dark brown body contrasting with a pale brown head and dull olive bill. Female In flight shows dark bluish-purple secondaries bordered by black.
Male In flight shows contrasting white underwings. Male and female The female has a darker and duller bill than the male, but is otherwise quite similar. Male hybrid with Mallard. Female and chick. Male and female with Mallard Often flocks with other ducks, especially Mallards. Flock with Mallard. Mallard Nonbreeding male and female Northern. Mottled Duck Male. Mottled Duck Female. Surf Scoter. Black Scoter.
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