Welcome to Wildfowl Photography
. Below you will find links to Ducks
, and Swans
from all over the world, listed alphabetically. Each page includes information, photographs, and video.
Wildfowl (listed alphabetically):
Coot & Moorhen
All About Ducks
All Types of Ducks
Ducks in Eclipse Plumage
All Types of Geese Species
Duck External Anatomy
WWT Castle Espie
WWT Martin Mere
Wildfowl Video Footage
If you have seen and photographed a Duck, Goose, or Swan and are struggling to identify it then you can email a photograph to us and we will do our best to identify it for you.
You can also post your wildfowl photos on our Facebook page to show them or ask for them to be identified.
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This website contains photographs, videos, and information on many species of wildfowl (Ducks, Geese, and Swans) from around the world. There are also Cranes, Flamingos, Screamers, as well as Coot and Moorhen.
Hopefully this will be a useful resource for identifying and learning about different types of wildfowl.
Wildfowl are listed in alphabetical order A-B, C-F, G-L, M-R, S-Z
and each page contains photographs, call, video and information (appearance, size, food, habitat, range (with maps), breeding season, eggs, conservation status, classification and interesting notes).
To help in quickly 'identifying a Duck
' there is a page which contains thumbnail photographs of most of the ducks of the world. The thumbnail can be clicked to enlarge the photograph or there is a link to more details, photographs, and video of the duck. Ducks are also listed under 'Dabbling Ducks
', 'Diving Ducks
', 'Perching Ducks
', 'Sea Ducks
', 'Stiff-tail Ducks
', and 'Whistling Ducks
'. There are also pages containing 'Female Ducks
', 'Ducks in Eclipse plumage
', 'British Ducks
', and 'Domestic Ducks
'. To help with the terminology there is also a page of 'Duck external anatomy
' which tells you the name of different parts of a duck.
There is a page to help you quickly 'identify a Goose
' which contains many geese of the world. Geese are also listed under 'Black Geese (Branta)
', 'Grey Geese (Anser)
', and 'White Geese (Chen)
Identification pages can be found for identifying 'Swans
', and 'Moorhen/Coot
Many of the photographs in this website are taken at 'WWT Centres in the UK
', and WWT Slimbridge in particular.
There are nine WWT Centres in the UK including
in West Sussex,
in County Down,
in Tyne & Wear, and