|B L||W W||W||Family||Latin Name|
|22" 56cm||cm||2.5 lbs 1.13kg||Anatidae||Dendrocygna arborea|
The West Indian Whistling-Duck has been reported seen in the southeastern regions of the USA coastal regions although there are no proven records to indicate this. This endangered waterfowl is native to the Caribbean islands and can be recognized by its long legs and black and white checkered flanks. It is a native bird of Cuba.