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Nice video! Blonde Mallard ( realistically blonde ANYTHING ) is on the very Top of the Bucket List.
Congrats White Rock!
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Not gonna lie... Liking that blonde mallard. Only see 1 bird like that my whole life
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Way to snipe that little gem outta the flock. Congrats!
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Dropped it off at Flyway Taxidermy the next day. Once in a lifetime bird, figured it deserved a world class mount. Plan on putting it under glass. The guy is good!http://flywaytaxidermy.com
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Weird timing, saw a blond speck this afternoon, but his bunch didn't work.
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Thanks for sharing it
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