Can someone identifiy these birds?

by Hayley
(Texas)

Can anyone figure out what these birds are? The first one is of some duck thing, there was only one. Is it domesticated? The next two are of a bird I saw when it was snowy and icy here, and it was eating some birdseed. There was another bird with it (the female?) that was brown. And the last one is of a bird that I saw at a park, its belly is white, and has brownish black stripes.

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Apr 18, 2011
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by: Susan

The face of the bird in Picture #4 looks like a Northern Bobwhite.

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