Wood Duck
American Black Bear


Wood ducks live widespread across North America in cavities within trees near Swamps, Shallow lakes, marshes, creeks, and ponds. 

Fun Facts

Unlike other ducks, wood ducks have sharp clawed feet for perching in trees. They have a natural diet of acorns, seeds, and berries but will eat insects as well so they are considered omnivores.  Wood ducks sleep while on the water, though females will sleep on land with their ducklings.

Conservation Status

Least Concern

Annual Cost of Care

The cost to care for this animal per year is $100.

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