1. Gadwall

Gadwall

Gadwall
Classification(s) : Prey
Cat Name : Duck
Common Name : Gadwall
Scientific Name : Anas strepera
Other Name(s) :
Physical Description :

The male Gadwall is dark gray, and the female is light brown with a long, tan neck. They both have a black rump.

Physical Statistics :

Length: 18 – 22 Inches (46 – 57 Centimeters)
Weight: 17 – 44 Ounces (500 – 1250 Grams)
Wingspan: 33 – 42 Inches (84 – 107.4 Centimeters)

Behavior :

Gadwalls live in marshes and watery areas. They get their food by dabbling, and they are active during the day. They nest on ground, leaving their eggs where clever cats might steal them.

Social Organization :

Flock;
Gadwalls live in groups and migrate south during the winter.

Approval Level : None; Gadwalls are common in the marshlands of the clan territories.
Kill Difficulty : Moderate;

Gadwall are large birds, able to deliver a solid wallop with wings to make their escape.

Training Level : Specialty - Duck;

A hunter must wait until it comes to shore, and Gadwalls can let out an alarm cry that will send all prey in an area into hiding.

Hunting Tactic : Waterfowl
Food Quality : High; Gadwalls are large and produce a rich, flavorful flesh of good quality.