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Crested Duck Gallery

Choose from 79 pictures in our Crested Duck collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Edmontosaurus (Edmontosaurus sp.) Featured Crested Duck Print

Edmontosaurus (Edmontosaurus sp.)

Edmontosaurus (Edmontosaurus sp.), a duck-billed dinosaur that existed during the Late Cretaceous, 73 to 66 million years ago, a herbivore that was able to walk on two legs or four. Western North America

Animal, Beak, Beaked, Crest, Crested, Dinosaur, Dinosaurs, Drawing, Extinct, Hadrosauridae, Herbivorous, Illustration, Large Group, Prehistoric

View over Lake Geneva towards Montreux with waterbirds Featured Crested Duck Print

View over Lake Geneva towards Montreux with waterbirds

View over Lake Geneva towards Montreux with waterbirds. Species wintering on the lake include: Common pochard (Aythya ferina); Tufted duck (Aythya fuligula); Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos); Red-crested pochard (Netta rufina); Goosander (Mergus merganser). Vaud, Switzerland

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Anatidae, Anseriformes, Birds, French, Freshwater, Lake, Lake Leman, Large Group Of Animals, Many Animals, March, Numerous, Shore, Swimming, Swiss, Town, Water, Waterbird, Waterfowl

Male and female white crested call duck - showing characteristic crest of male resulting from a skull deformity Featured Crested Duck Print

Male and female white crested call duck - showing characteristic crest of male resulting from a skull deformity

MAB-393
Male and female white crested call duck - showing characteristic crest of male resulting from a skull deformity
Part of a collection of specialised ducks and poultry at Fownhope near Ross UK
The crest is largest in the make drake and is made up of a mass of fatty tissue projecting from the back of the cranium.
Mark Boulton
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

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