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#213139 - 03/19/02 10:59 PM got these things all over our lake...
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#213140 - 03/19/02 11:29 PM Re: got these things all over our lake...
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Registered: 12/12/01
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Loc: Palliser Triangle, Alberta
Robb,Robb, Robb, they're both drakes. to have population growth you need.... oh nevermind you already know.HOl redfrog

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#213141 - 03/19/02 11:42 PM Re: got these things all over our lake...
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Here's a pair...

(yes the white one is a female Mallard, shes been here for 2 years now and she had "normal" ducklings that survived...)



[This message has been edited by Robb/Scottsdale/AZ (edited 03-19-2002).]

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#213142 - 03/20/02 12:00 AM Re: got these things all over our lake...
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Robb, you're doing much better. but if that's a pair, one is a wild card. The hen is a result of indisciminate breeding, a fling, so to speak, quite common in mallards It's momma was a duck tart.Redfrog

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#213143 - 03/20/02 06:21 AM Re: got these things all over our lake...
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Registered: 11/02/01
Posts: 1441
Loc: VooDoo, DooDoo
Got those dang things flying over my backyard all the time, twixt area "lakes."
Can only hammer away at them with my Super Soaker CP1200.


Gilbert is gonna impose a $300 fine for feeding the ducks-- they can become a messy problem.

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#213144 - 03/21/02 01:14 AM Re: got these things all over our lake...
ryank Offline
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Registered: 04/20/01
Posts: 787
Loc: Wisconsin
Hey Robb,

Send them back north!

I have NEVER in my life seen a white mallard. That is very interesting.

Ryan

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#213145 - 03/21/02 08:16 AM Re: got these things all over our lake...
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Its easy to find her, shes a year-round resident. Ill get some pics of her and ducklings here after a while...

She raised Mallard-looking young last year, shes definitely fertile...

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