Exotics links at bottom of page
Photo courtesy of Noah Impekoven
Often mistaken for ducks
My Barnacle, "Bill"
A Golden male
An Emu chick
Here's the International Wild Waterfowl Association (IWWA).
Here's The Heart of America Game Breeders' Association (HOAGBA).
This is Harteman Wildfowl's Checklist of all the Anseriformes of the world.This is a great resource!
Northwest Wildfowl Farm - Conservation via propagation, education and research.
And here's the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust -- they deal in part with threatened species.
Many wild species of duck are for sale at Dieter's Divers
Northwest Wildfowl has a nice article: Getting Started in Aviculture.
There are lots of exotic waterfowl at Gooseneck Hill Waterfowl Farm
Here's a page of commercial stock photos of various waterfowl, and some other water birds.
Here's Ducks Unlimited's page.
Clear Springs Aviaries and Gardens specializes in propagating rare species of birds, including various gallinaceous birds and waterfowl.
Griffin's Exotics -- birds for sale here.
Treehaven Waterfowl Trust, in South Africa, has a large collection of wildfowl and is always looking for more. They also sell a video on Successful Waterfowl Management.
The GooseRef Bibliography System is an online bibliographic search system devoted to the primary scientific literature on geese -- in German.
You can find Andean, Ruddyhead and Magellan Geese at White Feather Farm
Here's Squaw Creek's pages with many waterfowl. Birds for sale here.
Swan Haven Waterfowl - Your source for Wild Waterfowl, Cage Birds, and More!
Various exotics can be had at Duck Haven Wildfowl.
Predator proofing: There's some site, I don't remember it, that sells little flashing solar powered lights that repel owls. But if you can't find or afford those, try this!
Prospecting For Nest Sites by Cavity-Nesting Ducks of the Genus Bucephala -- from The Condor, Volume 87, Number 4, November, 1985.
Gamebird.com has a page on pinioning waterfowl.
There are some wonderful waterfowl posters available from the artist Monte Dolack. I love 'em!
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