Gadwall
One of the most widespread of North American ducks, the Gadwall is often overlooked by casual observers who tend to focus in on its showier green-headed cousin, the mallard.  We will take a closer look at this dabbling specialist, discover why it is sometimes called the "pirate duck" and view a passing group of baby mallards as they explore their new world.


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