Appearance - The Wandering Whistling Duck has long legs and a long neck. It has a blackish crown and nape, pale brown face with whitish chin, black beak, light-brown speckled breast, rich red-brown underparts and flanks, white undertail, dark black and chestnut upperparts, and the legs and feet are dark. Both sexes are alike.
Notes - The Wandering Whistling Duck is also sometimes called the Tree Duck. As with other Whistling Ducks it has a noisy call. They enjoy being in the water and rarely leave the shore. There are three sub-species - Indonesian Wandering Whistling Duck, Australian Wandering Whistling Duck, and the New Britain Wandering Whistling Duck.
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