Spotting a Crossbred Drake Mallard Riverside: A Unique Waterfowl Encounter

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    Looks like a mallard/farm duck cross to me. We get them once in a while in the northeast. Eat just like the other ducks 😁. I forget the Latin name

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    @Mat yep I think you’re spot on. A was told a bit ago that it’s probably a farm/mallard mix (Muscovy) and this is the outcome. Makes sense because there was a solid white duck hanging with the mallards a little up stream

  • Mat's avatar

    @Network 👍 got this farm goose/Canada this year.

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    Oh wow heck yeah that’s real sweet!

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