Appearance - The Philippine Duck has a greyish-brown plumage, a black crown, nape, and eye stripe, rusty-cinnamon head and neck, brown eyes, bluish-grey beak with black tip, a bright green speculum, white underwing, and greyish brown legs and feet. Both sexes are alike.
Notes - The Philippine Duck is a large dabbling duck endemic to the Philippine Islands. It is listed as 'Vulnerable' as the population has declined due to extensive hunting and habitat loss.
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Philippine Duck Identification
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