Redhead Duck Artwork - Pictures, Paintings, Prints, Decoys, and Duck Stamps
Redhead Duck Description - Identification
Redhead ducks are members of the diving duck family. These colorful birds are among the most beautiful of all North American waterfowl.
Redhead ducks are similar in appearance and often flock together with their relatives, canvasbacks.
Redhead drakes are identified by their blue bill, red head and neck, black breast, yellow eyes and gray back. Female redheads have a brown head and body and a bluish bill tipped with black.
Redhead drakes make a "meow" sound or a typical quack. Female redheads squawk, similar to mallards of the same sex.
Admired for their brilliant coloration, redheads are extremely popular in waterfowl art. Redhead ducks have appeared 4 times on Federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation stamps (duck stamps).
Redhead Duck Collectibles and Accessories
In addition to untitled versions of waterfowl art, this online store allows buyers to choose a basic logo for a shirt or other product and then add custom text to create a personalized item to suit their exact needs.
For guides, outfitters, hunting clubs or bed and breakfast owners, this is a great way to create custom gear for their business. In addition to untitled waterfowl art, the online store offers an extensive collection of sports and outdoor recreation logos
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Redhead Duck Decoys for Hunting
Redhead Duck Stamps
Federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamps (commonly known as duck stamps) are produced by the U.S. Postal Service for the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.
Originally created in 1934 as the federal licenses required for hunting migratory waterfowl, these stamps have become popular forms of waterfowl art.
Redhead ducks have been featured on several Federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation stamps.
The list of Federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamps that feature redhead ducks includes:
1946-47 Redheads by Robert W. Hines
1960-1961 Redheads by John A. Ruthven
1987-1988 Redheads by Authur G. Anderson
2004-2005 Redheads by Scot Storm
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