Puddle ducks, also known as dabblers, are in a group that tips up the tail when feeding.
They also have large, powerful wings for vertical take-off, and their legs are positioned near the center of the body for easier movement on land.
A colored wing patch, usually iridescent and called a speculum, is also unique to the puddle duck.
The goal of the Women in the Outdoors program is to teach the importance of wildlife management, increase participation in outdoor activities and to preserve the hunting tradition in North America.
The Women in the Outdoors program is dedicated to providing interactive eductional outdoor opportunities for women, the conservation of the wild turkey and the preservation of the North American hunting tradition.
It's important to remember that the Women in the Outdoors program supports both hunting and non-hunting activities as well.