|Other names||Cayuga Black Duck|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Use||eggs meat ornament fishing flies|
|Weight||Male: 3.0–3.6 kg (6.5–8 lb) Female: 2.7–3.1 kg (6–7 lb)|
What type of duck is black?
The American black duck (Anas rubripes) is a large dabbling duck in the family Anatidae.
|American black duck|
|Anas rubripes (Brewster, 1902)|
How do I know what kind of duckling I have?
As ducklings develop, it will become easier for you to identify exactly what species they are.
- Observe the color of the ducklings. …
- Look at the parent or other adult birds who are accompanying the ducklings. …
- Take your ducklings to an avian veterinarian and have the veterinarian determine the species of the duckling.