RANGE: Eastern North America, Cuba.
HABİTAT:Small ponds and rivers in wooded country. Visits freshwater marshes in the late summer and fall. In northern breeding areas wood ducks are migratory.
GENERAL INFO: They are one of the beatiful ducks of the world like mandarins. It is easy to breed them and they are winter hardy. In their native habitat they use tree holes, they require always nest boxes. the nest boxes should be 50 cm above the ground and a small ladder should lead up to the entry hole so that birds with clipped wings can get to the nest.
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: First year.
BREEDING SEASON: April.
NUMBER OF EGGS IN A YEAR: 10-13 eggs. If you collect the eggs they can lay more.
INCUBATION PERIOD: 28-30 days.