From left to right on the vegetation two white-faced whistling-ducks, a common gallinule, the fulvous whitling-duck and farther right a white-tufted grebe. In the water three yellow-billed teals
With yellow-billed teals swimmimng in the water and a white-faced whistling-duck bottom right
The scene had already and it was not possible to document the existence of courtship displays prior to mating. During mating the female remains under water and the male holds her by the head. After copulation both celebrate with a short but vigorous water treading as they rise parallel sticking their chests out and keeping their half-folded wings raised.