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agreed, wierd one. you could almost make the arguement that it's a widgie/mallard with the green/purple stripe, but i agree with the wadwall.
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its a widgeon gadwall hybrid but i dont think its crossed with an american widgeon,notice the redish area on the head .it more like a eurasion widgeon or european widgeon more of them are starting to show up in the states now days.one thing is for sure its a trophy
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Definitely a Widgeon/Gadwall the Eurasian Widgeon don't have the patch across the eye.
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Ever have trouble telling the difference between mallards and gadwalls. When they are to far away to see the white wing bars
we just call'em Madwalls
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its a brewers duck check it out on the internet
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I would go with Wigeon x Gadwall for sure. I killed one this year and it looks almost identical. Definintely not a Brewers, those are Mallard x Gadwall.
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My taxidermist buddy has one like this in his shop right now...It's a widgeon X Gadwall for sure...
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