Wood ducks are cavity nesters
Every spring throughout Minnesota where suitable wood duck habitat exists, wood ducks, or woodies as they are also called, are busy seeking breeding and nesting sites in order to rear their young. What sets them apart from so many other ducks is the fact that this duck, unlike most species of waterfowl, chooses holes inside of trees for nesting rather than on the ground.
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