black–bellied whistling duckless commonly
black–bellied tree duck
Definition of black–bellied whistling–duck
: a chiefly nocturnal whistling-duck (Dendrocygna autumnalis) of the southwestern U.S. that has a red bill and pinkish legs and typically perches in trees … black-bellied whistling-ducks dine at night on grain, seeds, insects and mollusks, and shoots found in shallow water. — Grant Jefferies, Bradenton (Florida) Herald, 21 Feb. 2011
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