Southern Black-bellied Whistling Ducks (Dendrocygna autumnalis autumnalis)
This picture was taken on a ten-day Tropical Audubon Society trip to Trinidad and Tobago in June, 2012, ably led by their fieldtrip coordinator, Brian Rapoza.
Black-bellied whistling ducks are mostly not migratory and unlike most ducks, form strong monogamous pair-bonds. Males and females look alike. The breast and upper back of the southern subspecies are gray, compared to the darker brown on the northern subspecies seen in the United States.
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Photographic details: Canon EOS 7D camera w/ EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM lens set at 330mm. Flash was used. Camera was on f/9.5 for 1/500 second at ISO 200.
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