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Anas luzonica
Photo by Romy Ocon
Photo taken: Candaba Swamp, Pampanga, Philippines


Top of the head black, black eye line, yellow face, pale grey body, light breast, blue bill, brown feet and legs.




The Philippine Duck (Anas luzonica) is a dabbling duck of the genus Anas.


Lakes, reservoirs, marshes, swamps, mangroves, streams, rivers, estuaries, tidal creeks, mudflats, salt pans, small freshwater ponds, brackish fishponds, and the open sea.


They feed by dabbling. Diet includes fish, shells, seed, plants.

The breeding season begins in May; a clutch of 8 to 10 eggs is laid, incubation lasts for 26 to 28 days.

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