RANGE: Breeds across the whole of Northern North America from the Aleutian Islands and Alaska east to the Atlantic coast.
HABITAT:Breeds by variety of lowland habitats, from the tundra to wetlands of the Great Plains and farmland with lakes, reservoirs and gravel-pits.
GENERAL INFO:It is easy to breed them . They are winter-hardy but sometimes they have problems with the other ducks so it is better to breed them separately.
DESCRIPTION:Males usually larger than females.
AVAIRY POSITION:Well planted 12m2 avairy with a pond.
FEEDING: Corn, wheat, oats, rye, millet, milo , stale bread, potatoe, greens and pellet feeds.
BREEDING AGE: Second year.
BREEDING SEASON: May.
NUMBER OF EGGS IN A YEAR: 2-9 eggs.
INCUBATION PERIOD: 24-28 days.