The Silver Teal ducks or Versicolor Teal ducks inhabit lakes, grassy wetlands, and reedy marshes. They are one of the species of dabbling duck that can be found in the United States and many regions in South America.
Also known as Bahama Pintails, these ducks are dabbling ducks that inhabit saltwater regions including bay shores, tidal regions, mangroves, and lagoons. But they can also be found in freshwater ponds and shallow marshes.
Northern Pintail Ducks are well-known flying ducks that are easily recognized by their thin, long neck and slim body. They possess a brown head, white neck, and body, as well as a black bill.