Scientific name: Anas undulata
Distribution: Yellow-billed duck are widespread over much of sub-saharan Africa.
Habitat: It lives on large wetlands, rivers and lakes.
Description: The yellow-billed duck is the size of a mallard. The plumage is largely grey, with a darker head and a yellow bill. It is very fast flying which makes it a challenging bird to shoot.
Hunting Method: Shotgun
Hunting available in: South Africa