Wild Wood Ducks live in cavities in trees near Swamps, Shallow lakes, marshes, creeks, and ponds. The have a natural diet of acorns, seeds, and berries mainly but will eat insects as well so they are considered omnivores. They live 3-15 years. They live widespread across North America and are partially migratory as northernmost Wood Ducks will migrate south in the winter. Wood Ducks are Diurnal and sleep on the water, Females with Ducklings will sleep on land.