Duck Line Art & Full Color Illustration

Highly detailed B&W line art and color duck fine art prints made from original drawings

illustrations of various species of duck

Scientifically accurate drawings of various species of ducks. All illustrations are hand drawn and expertly rendered. Most illustrations are available in both line art and full color. High quality prints made on acid-free archival paper are available of all drawings in the gallery. If you do not see the waterfowl bird you're looking for please contact the artist to make a suggestion..Custom illustrations of specific animals can be ordered as well. For more information and pricing please call 1 (800) 913-7906 or send an email to the artist

The wildlife drawings are also available for stock art illustration.

American Wigeon fine art illustration
American Wigeon Art Illustration
Bufflehead Duck fine art illustration
Bufflehead Duck Art Illustration
Canvasback Duck fine art illustration
Canvasback Duck Art Illustration
Common Mergansers fine art illustration
Common Mergansers Art Illustration
Green-Winged Teal fine art illustration
Green-Winged Teal Art Illustration
Fine art print of a Harlequin Ducks fine art illustration
Harlequin Ducks Art Illustration
Hooded Mergansers pen and ink illustration
Hooded Mergansers/ Art Illustration
Long-Tailed Duck fine art illustration
Long-Tailed Duck Art Illustration
Mallards fine art illustration
Mallards Art Illustration
Mandarin Duck fine art illustration
Mandarin Duck Art Illustration
Mottled Duck fine art illustration
Mottled Duck Art Illustration
Northern Pintail Duck fine art illustration
Northern Pintail Duck Art Illustration
Ruddy Duck fine art illustration
Ruddy Duck Art Illustration
Wood Duck fine art illustration
Wood Duck Art Illustration
Wood Ducks (In Flight) fine art illustration
Wood Ducks (In Flight) Art Illustration

Artist's notes:

northern pintail duck fine art illustration

I really enjoy drawing all birds, but ducks are especially fun. I love how some of the species seems to have a sly grin about them. After all these years, it seems remarkable that I've only drawn 10 species, but I hope to add many more in the upcoming months. If you have a suggestion, please feel free to send me an email with what species you'd like added to the image library, or if you would like information on having a custom illustration done.

Information about Ducks:

Duck is the common name for a large number of species in the Anatidae family of birds, which also includes swans and geese. The ducks are divided among several subfamilies in the Anatidae family. Ducks are mostly aquatic birds, mostly smaller than the swans and geese, and may be found in both fresh water and sea water. Ducks are sometimes confused with several types of unrelated water birds with similar forms, such as loons or divers, grebes, gallinules, and coots. Ducks exploit a variety of food sources such as grasses, aquatic plants, fish, insects, small amphibians, worms, and small mollusks. Diving ducks and sea ducks forage deep underwater. To be able to submerge more easily, the diving ducks are heavier than dabbling ducks, and therefore have more difficulty taking off to fly. Dabbling ducks feed on the surface of water or on land, or as deep as they can reach by up-ending without completely submerging. This strains the water squirting from the side of the beak and traps any food. A few specialized species such as the mergansers are adapted to catch and swallow large fish. The others have the characteristic wide flat beak adapted to dredging-type jobs such as pulling up waterweed, pulling worms and small mollusks out of mud, searching for insect larvae, and bulk jobs such as dredging out, holding, turning headfirst, and swallowing a squirming frog. The ducks have a cosmopolitan distribution occurring across most of the world except for Antarctica. A number of species manage to live on sub-Antarctic islands like South Georgia and the Auckland Islands. Numerous ducks have managed to establish themselves on oceanic islands such as Hawaii, New Zealand and Kerguelen, although many of these species and populations are threatened or have become extinct. Some duck species, mainly those breeding in the temperate and Arctic Northern Hemisphere, are migratory; those in the tropics, however, are generally not.

High res digital versions of these images may be purchased and downloaded. The artwork may also be licensed for commercial use such as advertising, packaging, displays and other printed materials. Please review the license agreement.