Scientific name: Dendrocygna viduata
Distribution: It is common in southern and east Africa and over most of South America.
Habitat: It is mainly found on large, open areas of freshwater and nearby grasslands. It feeds on aquatic plants and is most commonly found on water less than 1.5m deep.
Description: The white-faced duck has a red brown body with greyish wings. It has a black neck and distinctive white face from which it gets its mane. It flies vey well.
Hunting Method: Shotgun
Hunting available in: Certain provinces of South Africa