Thanks to the power of archive images, this week's WBW is brought to you by the Musk Duck (Biziura lobata). The Musk Duck is a bit of a strange bird - with a stiff tail that is often carried on the surface of the water behind the bird, and in the males (these are not males!) a large leathery lobe that hangs below the beak. They have a spectacular, splashy courtship display which I have seen at a distance but not yet photographed. These birds were photographed at Werribee.
This is another species that seems to be rather shy, and these pictures are the best I have managed is far. (Roll on retirement!)
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