Flocks of new waterfowl have hatched at Central Park Zoo, and the Wildlife Conservation Society has shared photos of the new additions—which are all different rare or endangered species. Click through for some dope duck shots, along with a little bit about each of the creatures.

The Central Park Zoo has been operating a waterfowl breeding program for four years, and currently have 23 different duck species on exhibit—"the largest public collection of sea ducks both by number of individuals and species represented in the world." Most of the species are uncommon to zoos, or endangered.