The Wood Duck Aix sponsa is a shimmering spectacle of color with feathers that appear to have been hand-painted by an imaginative artist. Its crested head, wings, and flanks are adorned with iridescence, set-off by crisp white lines, and tipped with a vibrant coral-hued bill and eye. Careful observers may even spot adult Wood Ducks perched high in forest trees in early spring, where they nest in natural cavities—they also take readily to nest boxes. In late summer, Wood Duck nestlings fledge by the dozens from their nest cavities, hurling themselves to the ground or water far below when prompted by a special contact call from their mother. In the early twentieth century, a combination of habitat loss and hunting for food, trade, and sport, had brought Wood Ducks to the verge of extinction. In fact, overhunting had depleted numerous waterfowl populations including: Canvasbacks, Redheads, two species of scaup, goldeneye, Ring-necked Ducks, Northern Pintail, American Wigeon, Gadwall, Mallards, three species of teal, and Canada and Snow Geese and federal action was essential to their continued prosperity.
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