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| p.1 #9 · ID Help on this Bird Please! |
Without a doubt it is some form of a female mallard. It could be cross with a domestic mallard, a feral domestic mallard or a leucistic mallard.
I'm thinking a leucistic mallard. Thanks for the isight as always you are a plethora of knowledge. Haven't been doing any Cooper's watching this spring.
The only Cooper's I've been watching are the pair that show up unannounced at my water feature for a drink or a bath now and then.