These birds do exist in other colors such as brown, black, gray, green, and a combination of all those colors. However, there are also certain duck breeds that possess black and white plumage.
Others live freely in the wild and aren’t suitable for homesteading or backyard-raising. In this article, we have listed some of the beautiful and unique black and white duck breeds.
These large waterfowls possess large bodies, black crowns and underparts, white breasts, backs, upper wings, and pale-yellow wedge-shaped bills.
White-winged scoters are distinguished by their black plumage, yellowish-orange bills, white speculums, and white rings around their eyes.
During their migrating seasons, they can be found in Northeast Canada, Alaska, and a few regions in the United States such as Kansas, Florida, Southern California, and Louisiana.