|Cat Name :||Duck|
|Common Name :||American Wigeon|
|Scientific Name :||Anas americana|
|Other Name(s) :||American Widgeon, Baldplate|
|Physical Description :||
The wing has a green band. The tail is black. The female has a light brown head with a chestnut chest and a white underside. Their wings are brown and black, with a green band. The back is light brown. The male is the same without the green band on the head and the white crown. These birds have broad, flat bills, curved necks, and solid, cylindrical bodies.
|Physical Statistics :||
Length: 16.5 – 23 Inches (42 – 59 Centimeters)
American Wigeons live in lakes, ponds, and wetlands. They dabble to get their food. They are active during the day.
|Social Organization :||
|Approval Level :||None; American Wigeons are seen on river and marsh as they pass through on migrations.|
|Kill Difficulty :||Moderate;
American Wigeons are large and can deliver solid blows with their wings.
|Training Level :||Specialty - Duck;
A hunter must wait until the duck goes near shore, and if the ambush is missed the American Wigeon can let out an alarm cry that sends prey hiding.
|Hunting Tactic :||Waterfowl|
|Food Quality :||High; American Wigeons are large and yield enough rich flesh to feed many cats.|