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Freckled Duck

Stictonetta naevosa

During the breeding season, the sexes are able to be identified by the bright red color that appears on the base of the males’ beaks. This species is dramatically affected by droughts, which can cause the population to drop to a fraction of its usual tens of thousands.

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CONSERVATION STATUS

Least Concern

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