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Photo Essay: The Gadwall

North America's most inconspicuous dabbling duck
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Perhaps the most recognizable thing about gadwalls is their voice. Females make a soft, raspy quack similar to hen mallards, but males emit a distinctive kack, kack-kack punctuated by a low whistle. This call is remarkably loud and will carry long distances through the air or across the water.
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