Weight--1¾ lbs.

These ducks use all four flyways, but are most plentiful in the west.

They are extremely graceful and fast fliers, fond of zig-zagging from

great heights before leveling off to land.

The long neck and tail make them appear longer than mallards, but in

body size and weight they are smaller.

They are agile on land and often feed in grain fields. The drakes

whistle; the hens have a coarse quack.

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