Fishhead Dave wrote:Looks to me like a leucistic female wood duck. Basically its a wood duck with a genetic anomaly that causes the pigmentation to be missing on parts of the animal (almost like partial albinism).
Cool bird at any rate.
Zac Scheglowski wrote:I know what it is. Wood duck mutations are sometimes bred to natural woodies. If you go to mallardlane.com you can veiw some of these. IIt was most likely bred with one.I raise lots of ducks and other poultry. This year I reared 150 muscovy ducks. I believe the mutations are called silvers. I am going to raise 200 quail and some pheasants this spring. I am getting 5 Canada geese next month.
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