Which father of modern ecology named this species?
In 1758, the Gadwall was first described under its current scientific name by Carl Linnaeus. The Gadwall is one of the quieter species of dabbling ducks. The male has a hoarse whistling call, and the female has a Mallard-like quack.
Refer to a group as a “brace”, “flush”, “paddling”, “raft”, or “team” of ducks.