Spotbill, Spot-billed Duck, Indian Spotbill, Spot-billed Duck, Eastern Spot-billed Duck, Burmese Spot-billed Duck
Found in Pakistan and India to southern Japan. The northern subspecies winters in Southeast Asia.
the Spot-billed Duck is about the same size as a Mallard. The plumage is mostly grey, with a paler head and neck. The wings are whitish with blackish flight feathers below; when viewed from above, there is a white-bordered green speculum (wing bar) and white tertials. The bright yellow bill is black tipped. The male has a red spot on the base of his bill.