Up Close and Personal With Mallards

These ducks are easy to find and fun to watch

Mr. and Mrs. Mallard. Photo by Kim Zuch.

Mallard identification

Male Mallards are easy to see, even among several species of ducks in a pond. Their wide yellow bills, shiny green heads, white neck rings, and curly tails make them stand out.




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Kim Zuch

Kim Zuch

I write about nature, birdwatching, the outdoors, and conservation issues. I like to share pictures and sometimes my dogs show up. Twitter: @kimclawson2

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