This is a List of fictional ducks in animation and is a subsidiary to the List of fictional ducks and List of fictional animals. It is limited solely to notable duck characters who appear in various animated television shows and feature-length films. Characters that appear in multiple works shall be listed with their earliest appearance solely.
A friendly, kind-hearted duck who was turned into a pre-teen girl by Drosselmeyer by a magical pendant. Like a duck, she is easily excitable, clumsy, and talkative. If Duck removes the pendant or quacks while talking, she transforms back into a duck, and must touch water while wearing the pendant to return to her human form.
He is very concerned with other people and values many virtues, like human rights and good manners. Friends, family and the environment, are also close to his heart and he in some episodes even risks his own safety when it comes to do the right thing.
Four ducklings who were found by Mordecai and Rigby in the episode "A Bunch of Baby Ducks". They also appear in the later episodes "Exit 9B", "A Bunch of Full Grown Geese", and "Brilliant Century Duck Crisis Special".
A male mallard duck who competed in the guard duck race and often bullied Greenie, During the race he tried to blind Greenie with sand but Greenie came back and told him something is in front of him which made Blade crash into a tree.
Another male mallard duck who is huge and very tough, He competed in the guard duck race he tried to take down Greenie in the water but was pushed into the water by Greenie and was last seen before Greenie said his farewell to Leafie.
Has large eyelashes and ruffled tail feathers to suggest a skirt. She is often seen wearing a hair bow, blouse, and shoes. Daisy usually shows a strong affinity towards Donald, although she is often characterized as being more sophisticated than him.
Donald is an anthropomorphic white duck with a yellow-orange bill, legs, and feet. He typically wears a sailor suit with a cap and a black or red bow tie. Donald is most famous for his semi-intelligible speech and his mischievous and irritable personality.
Four small white ducks who are two pairs of twins (Dol and Toe being one pair of twins and Mee and Rae being the other pair of twins). They are clumsy and weird and like singing songs about themselves and like following the leader. After discovering Rooster's comb was a fake, Mee took it and played around with it.
A yellow duck who is friends with Kevin the Crocodile and Toby the Turtle. Her attitude in character can either be bossy or irresponsible. Sometimes, Doris can annoy other animals such as making duck quacks.
A seemingly domesticated duck styled loosely after a wild mallard. Excitable and occasionally bad-tempered, Duck accompanies Sarah on her adventures. Unlike a real mallard, Duck suffers no adverse effects from bread and bread products, which he consumes with considerable gusto.
Ducks that sing the song Thumbelina in the beginning of the film along with the other farm animals, most notably the one female duck who sings the first line. The ducks are seen in later in the film around the part where Thumbelina's mother starts to sing Soon (Reprise). 
A duckling who the penguins once "egg-sitted" in "Paternal Egg-Stinct". In the episode "Hard Boiled Eggy", the penguins learn that because they influenced him while inside the egg, Eggy had all their commando strengths combined.
The male protagonist of the film. Orphaned as a duckling after his mother a female white duck and his father Wanderer were tragically killed by One-eye the Weasel, he is raised by a hen, Leafie. Courageous, stubborn and goodhearted, he takes after his adoptive mother in more ways than one.
The Gibble Goose Girls: Amber, Coral, Jade, and Pearl.
My Friend Rabbit
The adventures of Rabbit and his friends: Mouse, Hazel (a squirrel), Thunder (rhinoceros), Jasper (a crocodile), Edweena (an elephant), and The Gibble Goose Girls (ducklings).
Named after either Ludwig von Mises or Ludwig van Beethoven. He is described as a scientist, lecturer, psychologist, and road traveler. The character displayed his "expert" knowledge on a variety of subjects in eighteen episodes of the classic anthology series
A family of Mandarin ducks who live in the everglades. When Greenie attempted to make friends with them they teased him about his mother Leafie. Greenie threw some flowers at them but their mother picked them off and flew off. Later they had a concern over Leafie along with the other everglade birds.
A wise old bird with a few moves up her feathers. Like Panda, she knows the back story of Dragon. She also is gifted at making food and dim sum fu. She seems to have a horrible singing voice. She, Fox, and Crane taught Skunk the art of using fans.
A yellow duck who wears nothing but a small green hat. He has a fondness for gardening, and is often seeing watering plants and flowerbeds. Pato means duck in Spanish, Portuguese, Filipino, Tok Pisin and Papiamento.
Scrooge is a wealthy Scottish business magnate and tycoon. He was in his first few appearances characterized as a greedy miser and antihero (as Charles Dickens' original Scrooge was), but in later comics and animated shorts and the modern day he is more often portrayed as a charitable and thrifty hero, adventurer, explorer and philanthropist
Slax, unlike his friend Geextah is very awkward. He often told his friend-against whatever the topic between them. The ducks love to innovate in sports and sometimes invent some cars and artillery to be on top of extreme. Slax is a little emotional but very jealous.
A cowardly duck who wears a rubber flotation tube, and has a bunch of phobias no matter how trivial. As a gag, the head on his flotation tube copies nearly every movement and appearance change Wade's real head does.
A male mallard duck who make`s friend`s with Leafie after his enemy the One-eyed Weasel tries to kill Leafie and saves her, Leafie begins to have a crush on him, Until he actually already has a mate but after the One-eyed Weasel kills her, He decides to pick Leafie to protect his egg while fighting the Weasel for revenge, Until one day he tells Leafie to take his unborn child to the everglades nearby When she asks why, he says "you will find out in time, During a moonrise One-eye comes back, Wanderer wanting to protect Leafie and his unborn child He fights with the weasel, But is overpowered and during a struggle over a cliff he falls with the Weasel`s jaws on his foot and tragically dies, Although Mr. Otter tells Leafie about his past which he was a guard duck, During his first fight with the Weasel she crippled his right wing and while he tore out the weasel`s eye his flock left him behind and he was captured by the farmer of the chicken farm and has held in the yard but managed to escape, Leafie solves the answer Wanderer told her before he died.