Ringed Teal ducks are a member of the Wood duck family. Male ringed teals have a finely speckled, pinkish breast and a buff head that is bordered by a black line. The females back is olive brown, with a barred chest and belly, with white blotches on the head. They both have dark tail feathers. Their bills are grey and legs pink in both sexes.

The identifying coloration of the Ringed Teal is a white patch in front of the iridescent green area in the wing.

Ringed teals have slender, gray-blue bills and brown eyes. Their legs are pink. The feet and toes have strong claws so that they can roost in trees.

They will eat a waterfowl feed, fish, and insects.


Currently available as pairs, and are pinioned.