|Scientific name||Dendrocygna javanica|
|Length||14.9 to 16.5 inches (38 to 42 centimeters)|
|Weight||15.8 to 21.1 ounces (450 to 600 grams)|
|Life span||9 years in captivity|
|Incubation||22 to 24 days|
|Number of eggs||7 to 12 eggs|
What is another name for Javan Whistling Ducks?
They are also known as the Lesser Whistling Duck, Indian Whistling Duck, or the Lesser Whistling Teal.
Javan Whistling Ducks perch on trees and will build a nest in a hallow tree. When in flight you are able to see their broad wings which gives a loud tow-note wheezy sound.
These ducks live in a large area of Southern Asia. They sometimes move in response to weather and changes in water availability and the northern birds travel further south. They can be found in freshwater wetlands which has good vegetation
The Javan Whistling Duck is least concern.
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