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Old Thursday 11th July 2019, 23:08   #3
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Originally Posted by PYRTLE View Post
It is likely to be a bird that has developed from hybridization with a white domesticated farmyard duck. Not generally accepted as a truly wild Mallard.
Thank you PYRTLE!

I guessed it as I have not read about any ALBINO mallards The white mallard was in a golf course pond where there were other mallards, most of them with babies.

But the white mallard was alone and not in any group of mallards. Sp maybe the other mallards did not like the bird

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