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What type of ducks roosts in trees?

What type of duck found in Greer, Arizona roosts in trees?  I saw some ducks that swam in water and had webbed feet but had their nests in trees.  They also have an odd sound to them.  Almost human.

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Domesticated Muscovy ducks roost in trees.( On top of cars, houses,etc.)You did not give a description of the ducks. If they are some what small and very colorful, they are most likely Wood Ducks. They not only roost in trees, they nest in hollows trees or man made nest boxes near water.

. PS I live in Alabama and we have Alabama Black Ducks which do the same as Wood Ducks. They both frequent the creek that surrounds much of our property here.

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