The answer is letter D or all of the above. Wood ducks live near wooded areas, beaver ponds, fresh water marshes or even near streams because they prefer to live in areas that have a mix of both forests and water habitat. They are considered as waterfowl and a family of perching ducks primarily found in North America.
They are easily to spot because they are the most colorful North American waterfowl. Wood ducks can grow between 19 to 21 inches in length and a wingspan of between 28 to 39 inches. They typically do not live past the age of four in the wild, but they have to potential to live more than that if they are in captivity.