Scientific name: Tadorna cana
Distribution: It is native to southern Africa and is today common in Namibia and South Africa.
Habitat: It can be found on large open areas of freshwater and on grassland. It lives mainly off aquatic plant so it is rarely seen far from large bodies of freshwater
Description: It has a reddish body and wings with that are vividly marked with black, white and green. The male has a greyish head while that of the female is white. In flight they resemble an Egyptian goose.
Hunting Method: Shotgun
Hunting available in: South Africa