What do black baby ducks look like

Identify ducks

You have come to the right place if you want to find out something about all the ducks in Europe. There are many different species of ducks that have their habitat in Germany and Europe. Where and when do ducks breed? What does a duck look like? Here you will find an overview of ducks that you can see in Germany, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Holland and Iceland. If you want to know how long ducks breed, then take a look at the breeding behavior of the mallard duck. You can also find out everything that the wild ducks do in winter on my duck info page. Many species of ducks only come to us in Germany in winter (to hibernate). You can see the difference between males and females on the individual duck sides. I also observed and photographed some swimming ducks and diving ducks.

Appearance of duck species & duck breeds

Appearance: Identify and recognize the image of the actual ducks and duck species

The ducks belong to the duck bird family. Ducks also include geese and swans. On my individual duck pages you will always find a small profile, whether the duck belongs to the migratory birds (migratory bird species), to the nestlings or to the nests. What do ducks eat? Will the ducks stay in Germany? What do the ducks look like? I will show you some pictures about the appearance, the determination and the description. In addition, I also report on the behavior, the speed, the size, the wingspan, the age, the plumage, the migratory behavior, the courtship and mating season, reproduction, the breeding season, the clutch, number of eggs, the breeding period, the habitat and the enemies of the various species of ducks. If the species profile or the species profile is not yet available, you will find a small profile with all the data under duck profiles. It's always worth checking out. On my pages you will find many pictures of wild ducks.

Bird species appearance: Figure - Mallards in the port of Hamburg

The various wild ducks and duck breeds from AZ, which I observed at the North Sea in the Wadden Sea and the Baltic Sea, are for projects in kindergarten, high school, university and school for lectures in biology, in zoology, in specialist classes, for species profiles, very popular for worksheets and presentations in biology classes. Here you will find bullet points and everything for your profile template (elementary school, secondary school, high school) about birds. There are extra bird pages for preschool and elementary school, e.g. chick pictures or bird portraits. If you want to learn something about the knowledge of birds, then visit my page: What do birds know. More on the subject under intelligent crow. If you want to see how the birds of prey get the chicks and seagulls steal eggs, then visit my page: Bird stories. My page, determine ducks / duck species / game birds is also used to study for the hunter test in Germany. Have fun on my duck documentaries.

Special features: pictures to distinguish, determine and recognize duck species
Special features: pictures to distinguish, determine and recognize duck species

List of all ducks and duck species

Here you will find all real ducks, special features, bullet points, everything about moulting in ducks, differences between small and large European duck birds that you need to recognize and identify. I show you on my pages, pictures with black and white ducks, with yellow and black ducks and ducks with brown plumage. You will also find all the features to distinguish ducks here.

I am often asked: "I have found a little duck / duckling, what should I do?" You can find the answer under Frequently Asked Questions, Vogel found - What to do?

Also have fun on my pages, such as intelligent birds or special features of the birds

We have our most beautiful bird observations in Europe on Iceland, in Scandinavia in Norway, in Sweden, in Finland, further in Holland, in Spain, in Austria, in Switzerland, in Italy, in Greece, in Germany in Hamburg, in Bremen , in Berlin, in Schleswig-Holstein, in Thuringia, in North Rhine-Westphalia, in Hesse, in Rhineland-Palatinate, in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, in Bavaria, in Baden-W├╝rttemberg, in Brandenburg, in Saxony-Anhalt, in Saarland and in Lower Saxony .

Observations, photographs, bird pictures and author: Gerhard Brodowski Hamburg