Gadwall

Anas strepera

Length:

46cm to 56cm

Wingspan:

84cm to 95cm

Weight:

650g to 900g

Gadwall

About the Gadwall

The gadwall is smaller than the closely related mallard. They are mostly grey coloured and have a black rear end, orange beak and legs.

When you see the gadwall up close, you'll notice the grey colour is in fact made up of beautiful speckling.

What does a Gadwall eat?

Their diets mainly consist of leaves, stems and seeds.

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