The Plumed Whistling-duck (Dendrocygna eytoni) and the Wandering Whistling-duck (Dendrocygna arcuata) are waterbirds commonly seen in Kakadu National Park, in mixed flocks of dozens to thousands. The Plumed Whistling-duck is seasonally migratory and favours the Deep North in the wet season and south eastern locations in the winter and spring seasons. The Wandering Whistling-duck is also found in the Philippines, PNG, Indonesia and Pacific Islands. A more erect posture, pink spotted bill and the distinctive yellow plumes on the PWD distinguish it easily. These birds were photographed in the artificial lake in Jabiru, Kakadu National Park.In Kundedjnyenghmi language the PWD is known as Mabarladjidji and the WWD as Djilikuybirr.