Tag: Black-bellied Tree-Duck


Black-bellied Tree-Duck (Dendrocygna autumnalis) Science Article 1 abstract There are two distinguishable subspecies of the Black-bellied Whistling-Duck, one in South America to eastern Panama and one from western Panama through Central America to the southernmost United States. The type locality of the species is the West Indies, but there is little evidence that birds from […]

Black-bellied Tree-Duck (Dendrocygna autumnalis)

[order] ANSERIFORMES | [family] Anatidae | [latin] Dendrocygna autumnalis | [authority] Linnaeus, 1758 | [UK] Black-bellied Tree-Duck | [FR] Dendrocygne a bec rouge | [DE] Rotschnabel-Pfeifgans | [ES] Siriri Vientre Negro (Arg), Suiriri Piquirrojo, Pijije Comun (Cr), Chiriria Pinta, Piche (HN) | [NL] Zwartbuikfluiteend Subspecies Monotypic species Genus Whistling ducks comprise a group of species […]