White-faced Whistling Duck
The white-faced whistling duck is a species of duck found in parts of South America, Central America, and Africa. It has a distinctive black and white facial pattern, with a white stripe running from the bill to the eye and a black head and neck. They are typically found in wetland habitats such as marshes, swamps, and lakes, and feed on a variety of aquatic plants and invertebrates. These ducks are known for their whistling calls, which can be heard from a distance. They are not considered to be globally threatened, but habitat loss and hunting are local threats to their populations.